Towson University - Tower Echoes Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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Our beginning was simply entitledg "Freshmen" From that state of instability, we progressed to the second level, and being Sophomores, realized the law of survival of the fittest. Then we were ,Iuniorsg We had our second wind, and the end was not so very far away Now we are Seniors, the reminiscences begin . . . HERE IS OUR STORY I 'Sv-ff CO TET V 'W 357 ADMINISTRATION 5, 'Y CLASSES A' 6 l ' 5 ORGANIZATIONS , ' j, A f A vgglkfi-,172 ATHLETICS "' "1 I A Xin 1 A CAMPUS LIFE SENIORS W Ill """-I M ll mlm' v Ngxxlegauunnwuwn Illlllg, HL ,HW W1 I V xx xmxlakim WW' ""' H NX KN 5, Z' A .f QL , T3 ' ,7wQ,,' QII1-ga f' nz! .Mm X' ' 'l X' 1 ' xr? V W P, ., Lg I A Na :fha-:Nix "I .,- ,r:giO::x0'5 1 .'gQQ.k gi, x "A" 1 ' ::55F55E5':f:"A,. will q 1 v , ' I' ,'u':fI.gf,: Q If X Zerfw' li," A f me ls .1+ - W ' - - ,'Cfi'a:'-'1AIT"' '53 , 1' ll ll,-iisgE:l'k'i,i:?lg 4 Nt ,f 'I 3 'pf-WI v:"!.x ,mv ll ' 'jhnh 'M H! 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"It is the objective of the State Teachers College at Towson to ojer a broad educational program which will fit its graduates to become intelligent. active citizens and ejective members of the teach- ing professionf, As we, the graduates. begin to tell our story. we think of the many memorable occasions. the varied activities and the cherished friends which have been ours during the past four years. For all of these we are grateful: yet, at this time, we realize that our years have given us more than just rich memories of pleasurable activities. Now we are graduates, and as we commence forward into new experiences and plan to meet new responsibilities. we glance back to recall what "our collegew has done to prepare us to live with our students, with our superiors, with our friends. with our families and with ourselves. 7717! WMM I I I 5 l'-4 Q--. gy..-1' A- 34:55 fp .A , ,. 9:-e--- . 4 ,ir ..-- ,J 0 ..... ,. 5 -x nfl V - "4, - . . insight into the teaching profession Ih - .4 S ,ss 48 pal A " ' 43" aa - - , ,Aff xx , V' . . . realization of the effect and influence we, as teachers, have upon children . . . ,,.,..-f-'anus'-nu-5 . 's K -5 CPR ., 4 s vs bw 'R' . . . appreciation of the close and lasting friendships with people having similar interests and goals . . . , , .7 ,. aw - ' 5 W fr 1 , '?9"2'?f3"I' -6 ,K Ls 'N , ' x 2351? 'Ps' 1 I' ' wifi: my W , , Zin 5 U QA' .. ' A hc rs.-l"7 s 4,30 1' -hx. I :QR ll 'ha v - f I on '- Ln-8 'Fm 4 4 K "0 u ma on ss, . W 4 -.K , Q 4 N x,Vh5,s,. - , ' . -I -.J 4-6 .14 . ' 1 . A 5- 5 -Q -x. 1 0 7 I' 5 . . . development of a foundation upon which to build a more meaningful life. administration T ll- H . I . ' f , ,,,A, i I H 4,-1"-?':. ?-tr V, -W., . ,sith ft 1 Q' ' . ig,- 4 V' Y Kr . , -me , 'V is X Dr. Earle T. Hawkins PM UIW A president of a eollege must not only possess ad- ministrative powers but he should he an inspiring teacher and friend tp those he leads. W'e here at Towson are for- tunate to have as our president ai nian who possesses sueh qualities. Dr. Earle T.4Hawkins is able to successfully earry out his endeavors at Towson heeause of his sincere interest in and ambition for the hetterlnent of our college. l'nder his able leadership, our college is progressing hoth physi- cally and scholastieally. Dr. and Mrs. Earle T, Hawkins I Y 1 i A7 5:5413 mi H! n fn" .Em Q11 l S MISS ORRIELLE MURPHY Dean of Students Beginning her,work of counseling the students in the same year that this graduating senior class began at Towson, Dean Murphy has exhibited daily her sincere interest in helping each individual student. ' I lg , , 4 "Ta "5 'M U J 9 E kxxxxuxxuusssssasiiiil55' ,MVN KENNETH A. BROWNE Dean of Instruction As Dean of Instruction, Dr. Browne effectively serves as chair- man of the committee of admissions and standards, and the coun- cil of department heads. He does research in areas of curriculum development, and works with the registrar's office in preparing class and examination schedules. DR. REBECCA TANSIL Director of Admissions Through Dr. Tansil's sincerity and friendliness, many prospec- tive students receive their iirst impression of our college. We have only to know her to see that she exemplifies the friendly spirit prevailing at State Teachers College. "F-'L S-..,,: X K' " . A. ,- X ' ,I : P V - A I A If f LLOYD D. MILLER JOHN B. MITCHELL SAMUEL H. NASS STANLEY M. POLLACK au- , il f? ROBERT W. ABENDROTH ,.f-Q , I CRAYSON S. BURRIER .it I, I "art for art's sake" . . DAVID L. CORNTHWAITE WALTER W. WILLIAMSON '? A I .' iN I xxx 'Lx--1 XV 'My X. . xx H - WC-a'N'f .' REGINA I. FITZGERALD ZENITH H. YELIE JAMES A. FICKES ED CATIO "A good teacher is a crvativv artist in human bvingsf' D I WILLIAM H. HARTLEY 19 K' V I , f 'K-.. L- EDWARD BEVINS DRURY H. CARGILL 6' -5- EUNICE K. CRABTREE ARTHUR W. BREWINGTON fm. YL l THELMA S. BREWINCTON NINA HUGHES K 1 ERNST VONSCHWERDTNER CC l Oh, woe is me, To have seen what I have seen, see what I see!" Hamlet, III: 1: 168-9 1 , , ': ', R as 2 , WILLIAM C, KRAMER MARION S. SARGENT BEATRICE THEARLE PHINEAS P. WRIGHT NGUAGE "Lrmguagef The blood of the soul, sir, into which our thoughts run, and out of which they grow." O. W. Holmes MA THEMA TICS "Mathematics takes us into the region of absolute neces- sity, to which not only the actual world, but every pos- sible world, must conformf' Bertrand Russell, The Study of Mathematics MARVIN C. VOLPEL FRANCIS J. MUELLER ' V NICHOLAS GERIAK HAZEL MAcDONALD .A , 4- 1 W Q I iz + H M U I C X I . . I JOHN DURO ' "It is in music, perhaps, that the soul most nearly attains the great end for which, when inspired by the poetic sentiment, it struggles-the creation of supernal beauty." X E. A. Poe HEALTH A D PHYSICAL GfEnC0ufaging the development of total fitness... ED CA 0 I EMMA E. WEYFORTH , ,- eu : 1 'N ,t--,. i ' . I ' 4 JEAN FACELLA CORINNE T. BIZE DONALD I. MINNEGAN .MA N x X Ii: 1 LEAH CREENBERG X . 1 O I ,I ' I ru o LOUIS T. COX, JR. JOHN R. BAREHAM ' Il 4 1 1 - Q- .Q ' s I Lx ,H .Q FRANK A. MANN HAROLD E. MOSER EDWARD NEULANDER PS YCHOLUGY ' in PAUL E. DESAUTELS WILFRED B. HATHAWAY 'O' EDWARD 1. RUB1-:NDALL 'is' LOIS D. ODELL "Nothing is consfant but change." KENNETH T' STRINGER WILLIAM F. PELHAM COMPTON N. CROOK "WP cannot prove that Man. Ivarns to avoid repeating 5 the mistakes shown by the hisfory of the past, but wo have fun anywayf' I GEORGE A. BEISHLAG PEARLE BLOOD DAVID FIRMAN L HARRY M. HUTSON MARY CATHERINE KAHL JOHN C. MATTHEWS J if Q4 MAHLON H. HELLERICH M. S. KOCH, JR. QQ' JOHN W. MCCLEARY W'ILLIAM F. NUCENT CHARLES ONION 23 YY MISS FAYNELLE NEWLAND and MISS MARY BASSLER RE IDE CE DIRECTORS MISS EARTHEL ANDERSON I 1.14.4 Y Pi ' 16 -Q X DR and MRS GEORGE BEISHLAG MEDICAL TAF F J ' IX I MISS MARIANA H. WARD MRS. KURT WAGEMANN DR. PATRICK C. PHELAN U L3 'vs 1 va' . DIETICIA MRS. ELSIE P. WASSON fi 'ri , .V ' :V 'f ff fi Luisa mage-2!'11si'fi If Ann Cragan, Ella Bramblett, Adele Hurshman, F. Peter Galley, Genevieve Heagney, 1Prinripall, Marguerite C. Dougherty, Gladys Hughes, E. Heighe Hill 1Vice-Principalt, Marguerite Sea- man. - L. I LID LEE TALL FAC LTY In order to become a qualified teacher, one Illllst have both theoretical and practical experi- ences. Towson State Teachers College carries through this philosophy by giving its students actual classroom experiences in the Campus School. Lida Lee Tall Elementary School. lo- cated behind the Administration Building, serves the purpose of allowying future teachers to observe methods of teaching and to later prac- tice these methods during the Student Teaching program. The Campus School also gives excel- lent elementary training to the children enrolled in the school. THE LIBRAR Y U , 1 ! P -I '.. Illlv The lihrary at Towson is designed to meet the needs of the students in their academic and professional life at college. The experienced staff effectively handles the problems that the stu- dents meet in their research and study. Headed hy Miss Reeder, the staff includes: tfront rozcl Merle Yoder, Dorothy Reeder. Ellen Smith. 4back row? Bernice Cox, Mildred ivhitefore, Ruth Hazard, Jean Milnor. The lihrary affords us the opportunity for quiet study, for ohtaining teaching materials and for increasing our understandings and knowledge. iz ea an " S Pi' Y' 1- ' 2. lit' , 1 . ng' A T I t 'x Q22 qw ff A051 ' 'vi--A I af PRESIDENT? OFFICE The Presidentis Ofiice does a great service for the college and particularly for the faculty. Here we find skilled sec- retaries who are responsible for the President's secre- tarial work, as well as for the faculty and the college in general. RECISTRAR'S OFFICE The registrar's office is another behind-the-scenes team. This office handles pre-registration and registration for classes, prepares class and examination schedules, sends out semester grades to students, sends out official tran- scripts to the Maryland State Department of Education after graduation, and keeps a permanent file of students' records. 1, is Flossie Jones registrar BUSINESS OFFICE The Business Office of STC serves the purpose of carry- ing through the many business transactions and pur- chases which make the environment at Towson more desirable for students and faculty. This behind the scenes organization has a great deal of responsibility in our ever expanding college community. 'x 1' 541 -' , , I 3' . 'IN ADMISSIONS OFFICE Prospective Towson students receiver their first impres- sions of Towson through this administrative office. Here, applicants are interviewed, screened, and given special guidance. A 1 x classes in U ' 5 ' , vb" 1' .4 s an dv' ' I '95 I I .pq a 4 15' . 3' m xi. f . . 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I I I' I. -r AN fffi: H - ry K1 mf- '.:,' .It Q A . ' ".-S "fu ,awww md 1 'in' w . kg, , JM 'Q " K' M25-w . , 'V I A! V-il. .1 ,, . I ' K i-.L .2 " ' - 'Ai ' , Q u .' '. 1. ' W X M I ' 1" N' X ,I . .4 "Now this is what we'll do when we're Seniors" . qi C' .grin lvally Yesenofski, lice-President wp. 3 5 in M M . U," LQ in-r Bill Fallowfield, President I-than-3 Class This year ushered in a new class to the Tow- son Campus, the Class of 1960. The Freshmen were introduced to the campus during Fresh- men Week sponsored by the F.A.C. The begin- ning of the year was a whirl of teas, parties, meetings and anxieties. The first official function of the class was its dance, 6iWil3t,S Behind the Green Door," which proved to be a tremendous success. Next on the agenda, with only a two week interval, was the "It's Il big, wide, wonderful world we live in." ei' Diana Renshaw, Treasurer of 60 assembly. "Manhattan Night" was one of the most successful Freshmen assemblies ever to be "The meeting is called to order." at-Q, 3 fm' .1',,Q presented. Much of the success of the class was due to its officers, Bill Fallowfield, presidentg Wally Yes- enofski, vice-president: Barbara Strong, secre- tary: and Diana Renshaw, treasurer. lf this class continues in the same manner as its first year, we predict a very successful four year stay here on campus. "I'll take Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island". . . I 'X U ., vi. ' 1. . isle 4- in ew: his ' il- B arbura Strong, Secremry I to H , il 9 29 Q. l' .1 N uv if r . v . r l aff .v 1 N 5 .'l li dwfill' ful'- lqi., y L Q nl- 5 , ,ld l, , L ici. dl! ng' , s ' Y t- , . Ll 1 .ii l 4 Sophomores talk it over. Mike DeVita, President Class of i -'e Returning in the fall as Sophomores, the class of '59 was out to set a record of outstanding achievements. "Seventh Heaven '57," the class assembly, topped their production of the previous year, and provided the college with an enjoyable evening's entertainment. Their dance, Sea Fever, proved to be another successful event in the log book of the Sophomore Class. The officers of the class include Mike De Vita, Presi- dentg Paul King, Vice-Presidentg Shirley Helwig, Secretary and Ruth Shaeflier, Treasurer. Good luck in the future from the Class of '57l 'NJ . 1 1 2 "l'1 -X, Ruth Schaeffer, Treasurer "Now this is what we'll do when we're Seniors." "I'm a most remarkable fello .Sagi- KJ' w "' As French as a French Poodl if li Dave King, Vice-President s Of 1 ,, ,A lr' Q Q 'I ff . , g -lx, xr .Q wr Shirley Helwig,Secre1us V t 'H N X S 4 V1 ' s in 3 f F! ' X se 1 """'l' gp ef' 7 -.,.- 'lx N-JU l ,515- '54 ,Qs-XG ss .loan Archambaull, Secretary JU' The Jolly Juniors .lohn Williams, President 'I Nancy Heime, Secretary Class The .luniors present, 'Dem Pearly Gales! ol" Jackie Meachem, Secretary ai- 'fm 60 'K X Ike? K . 'A 'X il, A tx I '32 4 f its ., i. gag ,4 W t Y A -his 7 . I . 1 ,. 511 V Ks 1 I Q - 5, - r Vx 'X . A r s f u X, ' 421 'AQ ' F7 -"- ',' -.- 'kv-' 1 ' " X 4 .A 'A J... .--q,,,W ..' .2 .ul . 7 '21Hff1.f.eiw so L. -. -- e s - .- l 4 'Z 34-'t".',.f:'1-1" '-I ff" - e -' ' - ,. --f""'-we pLf'FiV.rg.1,4',n ' ' sigqj 'X , V. A ,. 5 j. p N fs.. y p -h A ' f " J H A . Q. -.'-:j.,'1N h AQ- . xx' I 4. lr' :gig 'V ' . .4 .e H: x K-3 -'.- Q-'nf'-5.' - D . -' ' 5. -V u .- rfdh A Ty' F' " -avr, -:-.-f .37-'. A "fw:"3 A "far, ..s.1...T."r1,' .avi - 2111325 'Cv . ft ' -1' " ' - T, ,i4'J, V v W M V h I " 'ii ii " r. on, t is is what we'll do when wt-'re U ,I 5 Seniorsfw 'I ' . 1 - A 1 f I .W . I It Beginning the college year, with their assembly, "Dem Pearly Gatesf' J the class of 1958 showed that they were ready to begin this year as they , , never had before. Immediately after their assembly, plans were begun Q " for the Christmas Dance which is traditionally sponsored by the Junior ' I fl . . . 1 Class. This year's dance, entitled "Winter Waltzf' was a tremendous G 4 , 0 , success. Following the pattern set by the Junior Class of last year, gifts ' 1 X. instead of corsages were requested and placed under the tree, to be I H Q 5 Q distributed at Uhildren's Hospital. a Among their other activities were parties for the other classes and ' . . . . Q ' beginning plans for the Senior Year. The officers of this years class Q were John Williams, President: Nelson Bolender, Vice-Presidentg ,loan ty" Archambault and Nancy Heinie, Secretariesg and Jackie Meat-hem, Treasurer. ' We wish the class of 1958 success in their Senior Year. A N 4 I . ' 4. ' XI ' 1 'w . ' . ,g ml 1 Q '. . 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JI. J: 15- x s "Y 365 Q Q 9 0 rg 21 n iz ation S GOVER . , , K, ,. .-, 5. .4 K ' . LU BETH BIVENS El'l1 f 1' . AP Vu i"9 Treasurer BERNIE HARTMAN Vice-President PEGGY MULLIGAN Recording Secretary am ET 34 ' JANET MAHALEY Corresponding Secretary CHARLOTTE STANH FIELD Parliamenlariun ' L L K .ygoswi-. QQ ANN ROGERS Member-at-large l I 7 1 1 JIM BINKO Member-at-large JOY FRIZZELL STEVE ROHR Social Chairman President The Stuflent Government Assof-iation is the governing hotly of our College community. Every stutlent on r-ainpns is a memher of this organ- ization, and may express opinions and offer suggestions to help the S.G.A. earry out its many fum-tions. Among the servir-es the SGA. affords to the students of Towson are: the sponsorship of ewlueational anfl ref-reational activities, the allotment of money to all campus organ- izations so they may earry out their yearly programs, antl the issuanee V4 of aetivity eartls for the stuslent's lrenefit. Steve Rohr anal his ahle staff lerl the S.C.A. through a lrusy antl sueeessful year. Carrying out the tra- flition of aehievement whit-In has always lu-en synonymous with the name Stutlent Government Assot-iation. SHIRLEY THIM N.S..4. Coordinator 1 ' -f' Q l Exeeu t ive Com mittee 71 -'av' The main cog in the wheel of the S.G.A. is the executive committee. Thi group handles all business not executed in the Senate. It is composed of the oliicers and three members-at-large. On the committee are Shirley Thim Joy Frizzell. Charlotte Stansfield. Peggy Mulligan, Steve Rohr lPresidentl Bernie Hartman, Jim Binko, Ann Rogers, Janet Mahaley, and Lu Beth f Bivens. Money, it's- distribution and consum tion-this is the main purpose of the P Finance Committee, Chaired by Lu Beth Bivens, S.G.A. Treasurer, the com- mittee reviews the budget requests of the various organizations, and allo- cates each a certain sum of money to use during the year. The money in the S.C.A. fund is acquired through the activities fee paid by every student. The committee consists of Sue Finney. Carol Hayes. Lu Beth Bivens. Parker Koons, Ann Rogers and Bernie Hartman. .-. 3 Finance ii. X ffizg Committee A H. JO' ' if T '1 Governing the three Women's Residence Halls is the purpose ol the Women's Residence Council. This year's program included the Orphans Party at Christmas, the special dinners and mixers with other colleges. A new facet of weekend li-fe was the coffee hours sponsored on Friday evenings, Sunday afternoons and after dances. Also on their agenda have been the extensive preparations for the new dorm and the revision of the Women's Residence Council's Constitution. On the council this year are ifront rowl S. Bowling,.l. Archambault,V. Jarrell lpresidentb, A. Kardos, lback row! S. Romer, B. Hughes, S. Thim, N. Brooks and M. A. Cissel. Women is Residence ouncil Men 's Residence Council The purpose of the Men's Residence Council is to promote the mutual interest of resident men and to provide tor proper functioning of residence halls through varied social and educational programs. This yenr's council includes: lfront row! J. Fanning, N. Bolender, J. Oursler, C. Bolster. R. Wartman, lback rowl W. Mclntyre, J. Masemore, D. Eden, T. Elam and D. Clem. ,il 1. Q Y' 7 Y, 1 P NX - - 5. SER ICE 5 KATHY ISROWNIC President Officers: George Gott, Phyllis Dennis, Kathy Browne, Al Morey, Elinore Carein, Al Bryant. Freshman Advisor ouncil Thr- lfreshmun Advisory Counril is an organization whose purpose is to :lid new students to bm-nnw :wquainted with Colle-ge life. Members of the organization are f-elm-ted on the- busih of their high nrzldenlic- slumlnrda. :mtl sorial rompetenry. The memhvrs of this ye:ur's F.A.ff. are lfront row! C. Gott, P. llennis, A- WPl'5lPf. K- Browne iprenidentl, J. Mxu-Czmlf-y, M. J. OQHZIFZI, E. Snylor, A. Karflos, lhurk row! B. Hartmann. lf. Sistnk. S. Rohr, A. More-y,,l.l7rizzel1. S. .l. Frantz, E. Gnreis, A. Bryant, ll, file-m, 5. Miller, C. Bolater, U. W'imt-rt. S. Strube. .l. Wfalter, S. Clayton, N. Ovke-r, P. lfilsinger, R. Walrtniaill, M. l.. Kroll, 5. Thim and S. Holfmnstrr. 5. J 1 X' - A 5 off'- ' 'g. 'ffl ' Y 'Ar N , Um in' n rf' arshalls The Marshalls, a service organization, perform tluti.-s such as ushering. distributing programs, collecting licl-.cts and greeting guests at various coll:-gc sponsor:-tl pru- grams. Students in this organization are-: fron! ron I.. Riley, C. Smith, M. Sack, 5. illllllll. ll. lsilton. Nl Stoker. Hack row: J. l'cll. l'. llonncy. E. Xlhitc. ,l Tegnell, l.. Hunlerick, M. E. Thompson. E. lfralcy. l' Flickinger, J. Hines, S ludent Centre Director Formulating the policies of the Student Centre is the main objective of the Student Centre Directory, which consists of the following members: Front row: ll. Bozo, D. Nickel lpresidentj, P. Crum. Buck rmc: N, Morn- ingstar, J. Sarnecki. Hostess The art of being a good hostess is the aim of the Hostess Club. The members pictured are N. Craig, C. Rasin, M. Stoker, E, Saylor and J. Te-gnell. NANCY CRAIG Editor-in-Chief Tower Light PECIAL ST R 1 r x gf! .5. X . fN ,,.-:......z Tower Light Staff: E. Marenbloom, L. Penn, -N. Craig, E. Poe, M. DeVita, L. Hutchins, J. Brown, meet a deadline. The Tower Light, with Nancy Craig serving as its able editor, worked with an increased staff this year. Several new features introduced included an analysis column, which was concerned with world situations, a Senior Standouts feature and an In the Limelight column. Al- though most members of the staff were new this year, they strove to produce a better paper with a more up to date news page and more pictures for sports. The staff attempted to get more coverage by putting out special editions on the Leadership Conference and Homecoming. The staH gathers in the Student Centre to discuss the next issue. 11 ai, N... x 0108 TS As an outlet for the literary endeavors of stu- dents and faculty, Towers stimulates the cre- ative side of State Tent-hers College. On the staff are: Dr. Bevins, P. Filsinger, S. Tislller, M. H. Willialms and G. Hall. 4H The 4H Club, composed of students who will be teaching in farming communities, serves the college by preparing the Activities Bulletin Board each week, sponsoring a square dance, and keeping in touch with other 4Hers in the surrounding area. The group includes front row: B. Westervelt, W. Keller, B. Franklin, C. Gott IPresiden!I, J. Stine, B. Moore. Second rowc' J. MacCauley, P. Birchner, D. Brown, J. Larrimore, B. Hughes, R. Keller. Future Teachers 0 America The work of the Future Teachers of America -on campus is most directly concerned with work in the state organization and in sponsoring visiting days for high school F.T.A. groups. In the group are front row: A. Coren, A. Nock, E. Saylor, S. Hoffmaster fpresidentt, F. De- lauder, C. Rasin. M. D. Dix, M. Zawatski, Back row: J. MacCauley, C. Lednum, S. Strube, D. Shoemaker, J. Pell, B. Turshinsky, P. Cam- pagna, L. Enfield, B. Hughes, C. Smith, M. J. Robb, M. Ledbetter, S. Weis, B. Parks, A. Stricklin, S. Hawk, E. YVhite. Gamma Theta psilon All who achieve and maintain a 3.0 average or better in Geography work at Towson are invited to join the Beta Delta Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, a national hon- orary geography fraternity. The members are front row: B. Stout. Dr. Laine farlvisorb, L. Mitzel. A. Orth, A. Morey lpresidentb, J. Morey, A. Hanson, P. Miller, S. Holimaster, M. Costella, B. Hazen. Back row: F. Ton- drick, S. Davis, B. Brodkin, V. Ford, B. Rueffel, J. Perilla, C. Stansfield, P. Lastowski, W. Cover, Dr. G. Beis-hlag, L. Speight, R. Taylor, F. Moerschel, E. Careis. B. Connor. E. Allridge, J. Clemons, D. Dodson. N. Heim. L. of N. Kappa Delta Pi Epsilon Alpha Chapter is the local chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, a national honor society in education. Member- ship is based upon scholarship, character, leadership, service and participation in extra-curricular activities. Members are front row: J. Chapdelaine, W. Tull, C. Stansfield, L. Mitzel, P. Moore, B. Stuart, J. Morey, P. Phillips. Back row: F. Tondrick, J. Nolan, G. Welsh, B. Pulsifer, N. Ocker, A. Morey, A. Beckwith, S. France, B. Hughes, S. Hotfmaster, A. Hanson, E. Careis, P. Fil- singer, J. Mahnley, M. Costello, J. Skarbek and B. Stout. Alpha Psi Tllfigfl To further and maintain interest in good dramutics, State Teachers College has on campus the Iota Sigma Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega. Included in the cast are fron! row: J. Butler, G. Beaman, J. Lynch tpresidenlb. E. L, Butler, J. Glass. Buck row: A. Duke, R. Petza, L. Haier. M. Sakers and K. Cvahs. Veterans Working in connection with the V.A.. the Veterans Or- ganization has as its members front row: Dr. George Beishlag tadvisorl. J, Perilla, B. Farrand. E. L. Butler. L. Heck, J. Fanning. Huck row: B. Connor, J. Zimmer- man, A. Morey, H. Lichtfuss, B. Clingman, P. Ireland and A. Bryant. Jazz The Jazz Club was formed by a group of students inter- ested in jazz and the enjoyment of sharing it with others Membership now includes Iron! row: B. Muyr. J. llasnel E. Jackson, M. Cray. C. Lyle. B. Feclnvk. ,iIll'lx"ftHl'Z .l Merenblum, C. Hayes. A. Williams and J. Edwards. t fa International Relations The International Relations Club at-quaints students with the problems and issues of the day. Its members include front row: J. Santen, S. France. B. Hughes. M,,l7rant'is. Rack row: J. Mathias. P. Lastowski, K. Widener, H. See- bach, J. Kreusinger, J. Cochran, M. Murchione. 'Lifts ...l,, , 3' i 1 .5 The orchestra is designed to give students uho play orchestral instruments training in ensemble work. Music is furnished for assemblies and special functions. Those playing in the orchestra are as follows: lfront rowl D. Cotton, C. Alvaro, J. Hynds, h t R. Keller. L. Clopper, G. Simmons. M. Ledbetter, F. Barrier, C. Botwinik. 'back row! B. J. Roberts, S. Welker, D. Kaysowatz, B. Hughes, C. Burns. J. Wright, M. Zimmerman, J. Worthington, A. Morey, C. Beachley, E. Willoughby, A. Forthman, D. Nace, lstandingb M. Kerby, Mr. Ceriak, J. Morrey, S. Silverman. Glen Players. the college dramatic group, affords the opportunity to those interested students to display talents and acting abilities in theatrical work. In the group are: tfront row! Iris Rayfield, Nancy Rogers, Marilyn Miller, Dot Levin, Herb August, Annette Lakein, lsecond row? Al Duke, Alfred E. Newman, Jim Glass, Sabrina Voom, Marge Gross, Harriette Campel, Lou Trusykowski, Joe Brown, and Ann Hanson. fx QL 1-J we 'tee 1 M I ' 1 D Q.-1 l w 4. S.C.A. hoir BI- Under the capable direction of Miss Hazel MacDonald, the Student Christian Asso- ciation Choir sang at vespers, at the Christmas Assembly. at the Spring Festival, and at various church and local concerts. The choir's members are: tfirst ron! L. Myers, V. Sorilaten, J. Simmons, J. Choate, C. Holmes. R. Spencer, P. Tascenberg. E. Cal- lagher, N. Ocker, lsecond row! A. Katenkamp, A. Webster, P. Stenger, G. Hall, J. Frizzell, J. A. Russell. B. Derr. J. Geer, N. Brooks. lthird row! Miss H. Macllonald ldirectorb. L. B. Bivens. G. Welsh, C. Menkel. S. J. France. A. Kardos, S. Thim, E. Careis, S. Strube, Mr. John Duro taccompanistl. The Clee Club furnishes an excellent outlet for the musical inclinations of Towson students, besides performing a definite service to the college. The membership of this year's Glee Club is the largest to date. Ably led by Miss Emma Weyforth. the Clee Club performs at many college events such as the Thanksgiving and Christmas assemblies, the Spring Festival, May Day and Commencement. It also sang at off- campus schools and churches and has recently set a precedent by making a record- ing to be played over the air on Christmas Eve. Our thanks go to Miss Weyforth for her untiring efforts in moulding the group into the fine musical organization it is today. Row 1: B. Sawyer, B. Weddle, C. Bowie, D. Corrieri, D. Wolf, Ken, M. DeVita. W. Sylvester. C. Frank. P. Birckner. E. Callaher, B. Nedelsky, K. Bryant, R. A. Spencer. Row 2: C. Ireland, M. Moore,'B. Fishbein, J. Via, J. Kalkreuth, E. Jackson, M. Arclison, M. B. Sr-hissler. Row 3: R. Cruickshanks, J. Rinehart. P. Stenger. R. J. Lorenzen. ll. Shortt, U. Pace. B. Collins. E. Myers. B. Fallowfield, R. Daughton. J. Valdivia. S. Himes. C. Jones, E. Kauffman. Row 4: L. Whaley. R. M. Warfield, E. Neussinger, A. Mermelslein. C. Smoot, W. Warner, B. Barnes. D. Shoemaker. A. CauiTman, C. Coleman. A. Bigler. C. Weber. R. Lee, C. Rogers, C. Barbour. 1 5 1 Q I f 1 'P It I . I we-S i .351 .4 .. fm- ..s 1 " "W V I xi gl Qs.: 'ii x 1.1 A 337 ' S v Q 1 :iii l", in fxli Pj avi. 8 'F . vii' .yy itat Cl ff X RELIGIUUS RM Ili 4 t X' 17' gy 1 v .1 ,q .1 1. i Q a ff! l To meet the spiritual needs of the students on campus., various religious groups have lreen formed. Almost every student can find fellow- ship within the group of his own denomination. Baptist Affiliated with Gregory Memorial Church, the Baptist Student Union includes fron! mic: Dr. Hutson tadvisorl, C. Holmes. C. Williams, J. Raines, J. Pell. Back row: E. Gatley, L. Wllaley, C. Johnson, M. Ledbetler, V, W'yatt, P. Phillips. anterbur In conjunction with Trinity Episcopal Church, the Can terbury Club includes fron! row: G. Alcon, J. Eigenbrodt R. Connelly, C. Simmons. Back row: B. Hein, D. Cross, N. Morningstar, J. Larrimore, J. Lilley, E, Krout, B Brown, B. Fallowfield. Inter-Faith Council The Inter-Faith Council acts as a coordinator of all re- ligious groups on campus. The scheduling of the use of the chapel is also one of its functions. This years mem- bers include Beth Brodkin, Shirley Ensor, Don Cross, Shirley Helwig, Betty Stuart and Phyllis Dennis. Inter- Varsity Members of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, a non denominational organization include Rae Ann Boone Martin, Beverly Heine, Louisa Jones, Dick Shortt, Lois Bitner and Clara Bowie. tiki-v Q, s ttf Lutheran The Lutheran Students Association, working with the Baltimore area L.S.A., has as its members fron! row: B. Derr. C. Hayes, S. Helluig lpresidenl I. L. Penn. A. C. Barrick. Bark row: B. Baller. C. Ford, P, Ireland. E. Wedmore. F. Moerschel, E. Fraley. L. Speight. Y. Turner. ewman Thr- Ncnntuu lfinh is the llotl-zlffilizlln-el ffutholic' organizat- lion on cannpus, 1'0IlIll't'l?li with the Illlllllll'UiillE Concep- tion lfhurvh of Towson. The nn-lnlwrs are fffllll row: J. Walker, J. liiliIlNiPiilil!P, P, Lustonski, P. Gardiner, K. Broxsnc lpresident I, K. fi1llllllbQ'ii. J. Keller, B. Bvucll- le-y. ll. Rori. Hack row: J. Hull, C. L1-dnunl, E. Gardiner, M. Kerby. S. Weis. E. Matthew s, R. Szissunlun. H, Seebach, W1 Ycscnofski. B. WvllSilkCW'it'il, J. Clemons, E, Broderick, A. Andalfnto, R. Lee, Y. Jurrell, E. Sistek inot picture-dt. .Ji f-S. QW. ur Westminster Fellows hip The W1-stnlinslt-r Fellowship, the i're:-byleriun group on campus im-ludr-s fron! row: J. Stubbs, E. Bofier, H. Long, M. E. Thompson, 5, Thim. J. Robbins, Huck row: fl. Cole. main. li. Dell:-r, ll. Dodson, H. Curswell, B. Stillllilil, R. Sweetie-y, T. Broun, D, Slmrtl. I.. Enhfeld. Wesley The Wesley Club works in connection with the Metho- dist Student Movement and the Towson Methodist Church. Members of the group are front row: A. Strick- lin, P. Dennis, J. Wright, E. Saylor, S. Bond. Back row: J. Wright, E. Bishop, B. Stuart, J. Speer, B. Parks, J. Robinson, H. Nelson, H. Hendrickson, E. Johnson. ..- :XA-,, r f V!! Another non-denominational organization is the Student Christian Association. Among its members are front row: C. Engle, P. Dennis, J. Simmons, B. Pulsifer ipresiflenll, B. Phillips, C. Bowie. C. Simmons. Bark row: J, Harris, D. Shortt, C. Gott, A. Nork, C. Raisin, B. Stuart. J. Wright. tudent hristian Association THE CHAPEL-an inter-faith center of worship xv Q-a -5.- if , . 'Aja' .T .- in - s . 'Ko fg- g?4 EAST DORM WEST DORM AN'-'wgivf :'T,vM.If 2' 1-,,. . 1. A, . :5'C:r'.,5,?',,aV.Qq,' ' ?f"S'f-f-if :Mfg Q: 'Tv , wry A r""?Q31.!i751'a 4' L'-Q wi 50 LIDA LEE TALL SCHOOL I XFN- 15, .al :iff his Kms xxufx 'NCS . ' E5 athletics SUCCER Sf if W : 'X-fi 9 'K-50 "Buckshot" Harman, All-American 1 Jim Gede blocks one for the alumni Sparking the 1956 Knights were Buck Harman, who holds the single game season, and career scoring records, and Henry Lichtfuss, both All-American selections. Harman and Lichtfuss, along with Tom Beck, were also on the All-Conference Team. Picked on the second M-D team were Don Sudbrink lwhom Coach Minnegan calls the greatest goalie ever to perform at Towsonl, Ed Humm, Jack Zimmerman, and Dick Clem. u Four of the Knights were also placed on Drexel's all- opponent team, giving further proof of the outstanding caliber of this year's squad. Beck, Harman, Lichtfuss and Dave Yingling were honored hy the Drexel eleven. E-44 1 ., Q2:-ik. isa-:Q 0: :ft 'rj' 0 i- .: - .. ."'y,-F,e- V .M 3-:,.,.f-f. Loi. '- lb? Dave Yingling,, speedy "scntbuck F! -J... -, 1, -Q ..- ,XQiX5Uy -,..A.?'1 , ,., ,. -- ' gg- ,a...e'-ff Lg- . N df ggi.-: , 5 .adn .--5 'wu- 1 v, as. -- , -4. -- ..- -- . -4 - " . - ' ' 1-ovfcff ' -r""5. . Q L -19 ,.--inf, 145 ,A -'D' , 'W -vu 'I -- 1" .. Q., ' - " v ""'-G.-f Q71-' S' "T ' 'ft' 9' .-' 'lf Y' 957- ' 4-"F .. i-- 'J' - Q' .4 ,"' - , ., Q, 9 ',- L., A - -.M - fu ' . - ,L -,-,. . J-Ago-"'?? -hw-: -,'fg4.-5 IR 0 r -png' ' -my gb , 1 4 ---. - 1 M.. 1-'uw , 4 Alumni lo lhc rescue Al Bryant-one of the big guns of the line 52 . ' i I X 1. 1 1 , la, 8 -V' H L 9 fl At.. Q' Yi 2: QQ l 5' 'l' . ' 1 ' l A Ml l'l . 54 ln.. N' .i- 'X 1 r 10 " H Q.-BH 1, 3 f Aff Don Sudbrink, goalie "par excellence" -I" 5, L,-5, -12921, . jyiw 7, r.. ' ..:- "': ' xf'::?"w2'-2 , l s ' P '15 :ilu-vi1',f1 'XJR ', .. L ,135 lf' ' 'I Q "' 2421 -- 7-sn in ...ng '- ff pf. PM ,.-5-:.g'g:55? Q , 4 f 1' J' C' N.-. if - if ,l --.1- . . ., ., 2-va""f'7"f" "HW-.. -' -"' 1 .,. wx-my-.Q 'Lage' . -:B-..Alf"l Eh .mf - , :Ai 'A ..ms1' '3 . . . Q.. 7.3 ' Doc Minnegan's Tigers, first to the ball X, G 'L ffm' . i' ' " Q ,ffieisi f . X ,,-.- V V, .nzlfffm The class of 1957 can be very proud of Buck Harman, i -u ' -' one of its members, for his scoring feats during his four . A ' , Q J 4 L ff- year career. Buck holds the single game record of six goals, set against American University. He is also the UVPPJQIN filo-' s holder of the single season record of 17 goals, and the career record of 57 goals. It will probably be many years, maybe never, before any one person can break Buck's amazing record. The 1956 team may have finished second in the final 'J' conference standings, but in view of the many honors mv' x ' S given Knight players it can easily he seen that the Knights certainly emerged as the uuncrowned cham- pions" of the Mason Dixon Conference. I . F-'vim - uh 'mf' ' J ' Ed Sistek, all wound up ' t -' y 1 ff- ' , I. , I rf I f ' . i 7, ' ,.' , 13 Q 1 'K ' fa 'ill 'fl 1 Q ' X i .- 1 - -an Auujff 1 .1 L 'J f A ., , , - -1 ' its it -1 -, - - L", , f .,. V 'r - 75 , S 0 H1-Jr' "3 ,- , -A -gn 'H "ff,-7tg.f',?.,.s," -i a ,. . R U s. '-w. M rf . All-American, Lichlfuss, gets off a A MLB- .' .. - . l b ' C.U. ong oot against I Tom Beck, a real hustler F I Q s' BASKETB LL .v . . 2"'LQ-.' ' L 7 f' " 'iff 3 .- V 1' lg . An . f H 'N ' ,4 J- Nw ' ' lt xr". A-if 'M fi S l 'us 5? H Q if 471, lf' A gx U V 'sy ,ix V ' W' 4, I A. 0 'N . I I v .42 Wig' - X --1 l -2. 'S 'L f 1 -4 ' I al ""' J ' lv - 1 l Aw alms figs it S V , X 5 0 W SQ!! U jk - E Ei: Ron' l: H. Hunt. S. Fr-ldman, M. Kennedy. D. Ed:-n. J. Tisher. Row 2: Coach Earl Killian. J. lNlasz-nmn-, D. King, H. Lichtfuss, T. lNlcAuliffc', T. Hutchins. Skip F1-ldman grabs re-lwunml as Lirhtfnss nmvvs in to help. SLT fp .ie , A .-, g . 'ff . E ml .5 Hunt, King and Lichtfuss scramble for loose ball. gr. Ciuqilglm Bunky Hunt Mike Kennedy rr- s v....47- .cniilism Dave Eden Henry Lichtfuss For the second consecutive year the Colden Knights failed in their attempt at winning a berth in the annual Mason-Dixon Tournament. It has been mentioned that other sports at the college experienced an off-year and the basketball squad proved no exception. With only one starter returning from the 1955-56 Quintet, it must be said that inexperience again took its toll in Towson sports. Mike Kennedy was the only senior in Coach Killian's starting line-up when the whistle sounded for the first game. Others in the starting group were junior Henry Lichtfuss and freshmen Fred Arnold. Dave Eden, and Jerry Masemore. Mid-way through the campaign the team lost the services of Arnold, who left school to do church work. Another freshman, Bunk.y Hunt. took Arnold's place in the starting line-up. This first team was ably backed up by Tom McAuliffe, who saw considerable service, Skip Feldman,'Dave King, Joe Tisher, and Max Friesland, who returned from military service in time to play the second half of the season. The overall team record was eight wins and twelve defeats. The confer- ence log stood at six wins and eight setbacks. Top individual performers were Mike Kennedy and Henry Lichtfuss. Mike proved a capable back court man. with an excellent set-shot. Henry was the teamis leading rebounder and scorer. Several other members of the squad turned in top-flight eliorts. particularly the freshman members of the team. Coach Killian can plan on having each of these boys back for next year's campaign with the exception of departing senior, Mike Kennedy. and Dave Eden, who is, as Arnold did, leaving to do church work. QWEW Feldman fires one as King and Licht- fuss move in for rebound. King fights A.U. opponent for rf-bound. . W fig . 1 .0 .1 L t-I . I The sport of wrestling had a very modest beginning at Towson. ln 1947, a group of hoys., under the guidance of Mr. von Schwerdtner, entered the Mason-Dixon tournament. The follow- ing year the school entered a team in dual meets, and have heen doing so each year since that time. ln the ten years that wrestling has heen a part of the inter-collegiate program, it has grown to he one of the most popular sports with the students. Our teams have also become highly respected around the conference, for the competence of the individuals, and the ability of the squad as a whole to win matches. Not as great as its predecessor, the 1956-57 squad was, none- theless, not wanting for individual champions. Bill Owings, a senior, and Dick Clem, a junior, retained their individual titles in the 1957 M-D Tournament. Bill stayed unheaten to cop the 137-pound diadem, and Dick bested all opponents for the 167- Uashiell riding Alf opponent RESTLI G Tousonl Owings dominates Nordlinger of Ameriraun li. Bill "Snarfl" Owings, undefeated two-time 137 lb. M champion Li.. J Towson's Tiger-Don Sudbrink, Most Outstanding Wrestler, 1956-57 Bob Callahan, 157 lb. newcomer ii-v-5 i115 pound trophy. Clem was also the only wrestler in the tourna- ment to pin all of his opponents. Don Sudhrink was another team man undefeated in regular dual meets. Don, however, was handicapped hy injuries the latter part of the season. Despite this handicap, he still managed to get to the finals of the tourney, where he lost a close l-0 decision to Fred Frommelt, voted the outstanding grappler in the tournament. Some of the other members of the squad showed well in the tournament. Among these would he Boh Callahan, a first-year wrestler, who took third place in the 157 pound division and showed great promise for the future: ,lim Long, who garnered a fourth spot in the l23-pound class: and Alec Mytych, who substituted for the injured Don Heck, won a fourth place medal in the 130-pound division. Dick Clem, repeating M-D titilist at 167 lbs Clem pinning B. U. tournament foe Z5 Q .Vr 51,77 - I in ....-.-. - gg Ag. Wai 9 9 'eww 1 2 L fi .4 . 5 Don Reck, 130 lb. regular Mytych about to pin Loyolals Tony Demma The team' as a unit won four meets and dropped three. They took the measure of American University, Catholic University, Western Maryland, and Shippensburg lPa.b Teachers. Meets were dropped to Gallaudet, Baltimore University, and Drexel. In the tournament the Golden Knights tied with Gallaudet for second place with a total of 43 points. Other team members beside those mentioned on previous page were Dave Stefansson, Chuck Raynor, John Maclsaac, Ray D'Amario, Lee Hughes, and Walt Dasihiell. The only seniors on the team were Bill Owings and Walt Dashiell. It will be difficult to replace these two boys, however, particularly Bill, who has been outstand- ing for two years. Don Sudbrink, a junior college sopho- more, is planning to transfer to West Chester at the beginning of the next term. His departure will also leave a big hole. Despite these losses, one can still see a promising future for next year's squad. This, of course, is due to the number of top men who will answer Mr. Von's first call early next winter. Senior Walt Dashiell, unlimited 177 lb. John Maclsaac Alec Mytyvll, 130 lb- freshman BASEBALL .swift of 4- wav Row I: H. Feldman, J. Zimmerman, E. Owens, E. Humm, P. Con- ley, H. Rest, D. Clem, D. Eden. Row 2: E. Killian, D. Smith, B. Bowling, M. Friesland, T. Elam, D. Higgs, A. Spence, T. McAuliffe. The long stretch. 40" "' C 1 'lg A hard fast one. 'LK Inability to replace two of his top power hitters, Frank Tondrick and Don Rollins, was the chief reason for the poor showing of the 1957 baseball team. Both Tondrick and Rollins were doing student teaching, leav- ing a tremendous vacancy for Coach Killian to fill. Top individual performers for the squad were Bob Bowling, a consistent pitcher, Dick Clem, hard-hitting catcher, and Ed Humm, the versatile outiielder, in- Out by a mile. A 3- I ,j-f'.j.?4fg- it if - .72- 355,,':-f i,,i: 's ,a l i ' ' , U , f u ,cfs .- W, it X ,gi na I Qs ' X 0 il 4 N n X E., I I v '- ' , f "' fs . t If 9"g'l53vY5:.4avl stay Max Friesland - hill main- American U. runner is nipped at first llc 'QPF P , '- 'tl a'53T,f5 'N Dick Clem-co-captain and Ed Humm - outfielder in leading hitter fielder and sometimes pitcher fielder, and at times, pitcher. These three hoys carried much of the load, offensively and defensively: and it must he comforting to Coach Killian to know that all three of them will put on Towson diamond togs again in 1958. Other players who aided the hig three just mentioned, were Perry Conley, who played an adequate third base: Elliot Owens, a good glove man hut impotent with the hatg ,lack Zimmerman, a hall-hawking outfielderg Skip Feldman, a good defensive first baseman: and Max Friesland, another starting pitcher. Friesland was troubled with a sore arm during much of the campaign, and this failure to return to his one time form was one of the major reasons for the team record. The Knights were ahle to win just three games :luring the season. They split douhle-headers with Catholic and American Universities, and took the measure of Johns Hopkins. This triumph over Hopkins was the highlight of a somewhat gloomy season. .,,,q.q q ' tl b 4 . X u ,VN Q l N l 4. 1 X Q KJ B0b Bowling - hill ilfllfll- Perry Conley - co-captain, .lack Zimmerman-fleet out g00d ERA- four-year net fielder TENN S The 1957 tennis team, coached by Dr. John McCleary, had the best won-lost record of all the spring sports. The local netters won five of their 15 contests for a .333 average. This was accomplished despite the fact that nlany of the better performers were unavailable much of the time during the season. Many of the sets that were lost were only by one pointq and it seems reason- able to feel that with all' members on hand for each' engagement, the seasonal record might very well have been much better. Top men on the team were Mort Pruce, number 1 playerg Dudley Davis, number 2 man: Mike Kennedyg Bill Owingsg Phil Kennedyg and Tom Hutchins. Pru ce was the best performer in conference matches, and the steadiest performer on the team. Davis was plagued by a sprained ankle much of the time, but still managed to rack up ten wins against nine losses. Mike Kennedy, who teamed with Dudley Davis to form the best doubles combination, was hampered much of the season with a bad shoulder. Phil Kennedy was also hit by the injury bug, missing the last three matches. Bill Owings, a Mason-Dixon wrestling champion, and Tom Hutchins, the 6'Country Squiref' managed to stay healthy and turn in top-notch performances. Squire Hutchins had the best record, losing only four matches. Other members of the team were Seat McIntyre and Al Bryant. Al was injured while engaging in some friendly wrestling. ob--A - vwvrvnr ,.,,,-. - .,,,, llllll diff Q i : A f 3 Q I sasesgig. 'Q 5. ll I F I . I - . .auguig ll: it - ' Mike Kennedy, four year veteran, gets se! for M-D Match Dudley Davis, No. 2 player, winds up for his 1 l '1 .As r I 1 1 l 1 1 Q. Xl t. 3 ll 'E I t l I x i 'I I I s K I 4. WW? il F 1 1 1 SCFVO ll Phil Kennedy poses after garnering another M-D Match 'fri NTC-HIV' a ' 'J . .. 1' I ' I'-N, - r' 1 'Q ' .- . Ni K , t 'ul' ' if ' 1 A , s". pd 1 "-.4 'J .. . e W' " .N 5- .4 . ' ,X ' Q -" , .a..,l,- - ' ff., 'D-1 ' 5' ,, 3 51 Q 1 A' .A v I .fl . I 1 ,g' H -Q . ,. ,,,-fi' '. Q ' -I ..l' . 1 -- - if I L l I L I v I l 1 1 L l t f A .- W WW .ln . it um. .W get 5. Ali 5 I , .Pa A 1 Q I, un I' . , 3. f fu-uk ' xy fvw, N I no ff? ' I J -4 b ' ..--ufiffg V '- .V N, - f we 'f flu" .i - syxigwf XM.. F 'elm-TF i.. W ready for action. Bm Owingq 'Owens up before match Al Bryant, out mast of the season, getting cffgvify -' , t l Qeazotixz l X. I Vff iff Vff, fblflf 1 j Towsun's 1957 netters pose for photo just before taking the vourt. Reading left to right, the players are: Kneeling, Al Bryant, Dudley Davis, and Bill , , , M t P 'I 3 at' " ' l'. . -I : Owings. Standing, Ed Schneider, Mort Pruce, Tom Hutchins, and Coach, or rum Sm' el HN ummng ni mlm I' I Dr John W Mccleary common orc-urenre for Mort. as 5 1 , us, s 1 vw , 'U rt' 5 'i L- s F PQPU- -'-'T' 14 Q-f',? .. ' Q . 9 I Q h xr P 1 4 vQ g. f, 4.44 t 1 I-jd' '-'if' X -I V TRC 0,4 'Yi-K4 gg. Y , my -4 T. . Q-:Maia ef.. - "s"f-ff 'wan' ,..."i.tv-15? 543. 3 ,sh , , - ear" ,M ..-4, Q 'z..'c.s.Q1'..-KY' .A f "' Bob Turner heaves a 40 ft. one Henry Lichtfuss lets fly with the discus t Joe Tisher nips Joe Ousler at the tape in time trials llon Helier clears the bar with plenty to spare , The 1956-57 winter track season produced some outstanding individual performances despite the fact that the team as a whole was not as successful as teams in other years. The out- standing individual performances were supplied by our two dazzling Dons, Hofler and Pace. Holler, called g'Mr. Track" at Towson by his coach, Dr. Donald I. Minnegan, gave top performances in the 50 and 60 yard dashes. This despite the fact that an ankle injury in his Junior year nearly ended the track career of the Towson star. Don Pace, counted on to fill Hofler's shoes in coming years, came through with a remarkable performance in the 880 run. Pace was able to bring his time down from 2:20 to 2:06 for the grinding test. Pace came through with an excellent half mile in the Mason-Dixon Conference Relay Championships. Winning medals at the M-D championships was the bright spot in the season in so far as the team is concerned. Our boys had little experience prior to this year, and their showing in the championships was certainly encouraging to Dr. Minnegan of better things to come. Hofler also led the Spring trackmen in end honors. He broke the pole vault record with an ll feet 6 effort. Hofler also con- tributed record performances in the 100, 220, and the low hurdles. William Abby broke the existing high hurdles record, and came within one second of the all-time low hurdles record. Bob Turner broke the Towson record for throwing the shot-put, previously held by Bob Colburn, with a heave of 41 feet 7 inches. Dave King made a fine showing in the high jump, despite the fact that he had suffered a fractured nose. King broke his nose when the bar fell and hit him. Henry Lichtfuss made great progress in throwing the discuss, moving from 70 feet to 120 feet. 'n 5 ..- ,.f4 -U- 64 " fp' .N Nw I- AA 'Nfl AIX- Q f " a. sf, JL ff, rv ?"S X ' 37 Don Pace loosens up before the race ,WW 1 n -31990 - l',.w 'nm-QI? Vid: lap' :qw mu., -.gluing 'iw 1. - 1 ' 'N L. 'A,. 75.4, 'PTR' '.',.. u .A .UP 1 -5, .- . "'4.a.l- B6 Juv- Tisher wins another nne 65 MT 0lVIEN,S Wil-10' 4+ ,La-kg, ELECTIVES Elinore Gareis returns a serve .lean Stine and Ginny Long waiting to make the return Women's elective sports, always popular with the girls, added golf this year as a springtime sport, bringing the grand total to fourteen different electives offered during the year. ln the fall the girls may play hockey, archery, or soccer. Witll the arrival of cold weather, they move inside to participate in basketball, badminton, modern and folk dancing, swimming at Mergenthaler, and bowl- ing at the Stoneleigh Allies. Tennis, archery, softball, volleyball, lacrosse, and golf are offered in the spring. Instructions are given at all seven meetings of each elective, enabling the beginners to learn the sport, and the others to improve their games. Points are recorded by W.A.A., and go toward earning the bearer her class numerals, large "T," star, and college jewelry. T0wson's own modern dancers rs 7' K Mrs. Fagella instructs in lacrosse N v 'H J-A'- I Q s if-E! 9 rx:-FY 1 N 5.4 x1 "Stretch and snap . . . r"' K , a ., 'J "5 , - . ' V1 V I v. ' ,Q ,i .?:.:E" V'-: 1 r 95 74 ' D ' ,C ' ,hw A, D. "" Ju , . - H ,i ' 4' ' . , " I , i", xv.- P 1" 1 -- Q ' - 1' . . Mu , ' - , V 9 . 1 "M . - " i . ,- : , "' n- N ,7', "J a- ... .. - " ' .N S ---W' 4 " . . - l, -z-qi, 4 4. ,nw ' ,gr 'Y ' J ' F ' '- , . I' Q -I' ' 7' H .Y if E. BZ' .Ig-.::'5.,,v "QP Senior, Ann DeLauder tees off on Towson's green xr' " 1 'WP 5-Y , .V . QV: he V .. Ffliif?--Q., ...V . 3, -w -,.,. ,,. L,,f,., ",sA ..0 .. A Y' + . .Aq,E.f":Jf' Lb-23 '-f9.,l,u,.' r an X ,al i 6' .0 YC ' 4 if ' f vi fm Aiming for the target B -.Q . ' 'pi 1 tv. - 4 lf, 5 4.7. x f . n nf Q-45rfil'.4 -- -g T-f 4 5 'V-:QA fn- p-4 rw. 'f"'4j 5' ff.-Kg-" ' Q uk? yu? QI Liv Q 'ol .- N .nf S. 1 HOCKEY v R. Quintilian, L. Penn, E. Ensor, B. Hill, F. Bouis, K. Claggelt, A. Rogers, L. Brown, L. Riley. BASKETB LL -1 K ,1 ll I Q . is ev. W- Although most of the sports are intramural, teams are formed from the archery, hockey, basketballnbowling, and lacrosse electives to play other nearby colleges. Beginners as well as experienced players are selected to represent Towson on these teams. The most outstanding team has been the basketball team who lost only three games in four years. First row: B. Pulsifer, K. Claggett, A, Rogers, L, B,-own, V. Jarrell. Second row: L. Whaley, B. Beachley, F. Bouis, E. Hall, N. Cerkins. bib? W x 'Sb' 1.0 bvx. V 1 Varsity Squad CHEERLEADERS Sammy Miller, Captain A "Y!",fj": - - i' ,4 .. 1 U I t X11 1- It fa- ,7 1 Junior Varsity Squad . i 1 Q -+V it- -Q 'E .Q . -ll ' Q-I Towson's standard hearers: C. McBrien, D. Putman: R. J. Lorenzeng S. Millerg K. Geiglien: and N. L. Normine, have the pleasurable duty of instilling spirit through pep rallies and hon- fires and to lead cheers at scheduled games. The newly formed ,l.V. Cheerleaders squad will follow in the footsteps of the present varsity squad. The group includes L. A. Haight, B. Carter, P. Vernay, P. Downey, C. Coakley. J. Plaia. K. Scott and S. Cohan. W1 QTY I -Hit? g ...Nix Men 's Athletic Association All male students are automatically members of the organization. The student officers of the lVl.A.A. represent the male memhers of the stu- dent hody who are active in athletics-either in the role of spectator or participant. In addition, the officers handle official M.A.A. functions as the annual dance. Three of the memhers pic- tured are: seated, A. Bryant, D. Hofierg stand- ing, P. Conley. Under the Women's Athletic Association an elective system is organized to give every stu- dent an opportunity to participate in the sport she enjoys. tFront rozct N. Girkins, S. Bowling, B. Beachley tpresident t , G. Barnes, B. Pulsifer, J. Gumpman fbuck row! L. Lauman, ,l. Geer, E. Careis, K, Claggett. C. Engle, B. Westervelt, D. Boyd. ,l. Wliffenhach. ,l. Tishinger, J. Mahaley represent the women of the college in their athletic association. Women s Athletic Association campus life if , .. 132 ,xc I gf- 71.1. ,.-I K' fl! 4-1-1 'I fe' Fx v, g'l'9'x-Q ,- an K '- 'sun' nl- ' -' MITD AND CONSTRI'lITIf bN -,,r.,gr.-,, in S.T.1I. " .V A 'A ' Sf' will ,rx 9 --T ah..- 'f N " ., fn Q.. - f-, 'X, 'K"'1Q Q' 'Lx .P x ,w" . 4'P"3-K '-Fl? 'Q' - " Q'-'B' -:."'- X-.5 ' 'X' kk-fn A . 9 Us. L A C g?'Jx'R4fq. ,.,' LJ XX-'.lQ"q.A,'.:.f1k.xLj f .A 5-' ., N 44...N:-gi-xv.-1l9.,," 1,f:x,'?-C' 'limb' -. 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'CT' -f...Q..- - A X -' Jr ' k - ' . . v .. . Q x..,, .. NT' Freshmen begin their stay at the college by participating in a crowded week of square dances, plays, parties, and tests. These activities are planned and guided by the F.A.C.-big sisters and brothers to the incoming freshmen. The friendships that are begun, the habits formed, and impressions made are the basic ingredients of this first glimpse of S.T.C. Elected for their outstanding leadership, scholarship, and service to the school, the Freshman Advisory Council is the force behind this fast moving week. They spend many hours and much muscle in insuring the Freshman an unforgettable intro- duction to the college. v x ..., ., gi- ' i "fmt I , if ' is fe ,Q in unpacking. . . rearranging furniture . . , un packing . . .hanging curtains . . . unpacking . . getting acquainted . . . and unpacking . . . burdened with bundles and boxes. suitcases and apprehensions and anticipation of the unknown . . . hurrying up the stairs . . . in the door . . . across the hall and to who knows where . . 1 I , lllli its ll ..- ...Q -.,.. ur-fstwsunns l'r'gstiuu!'s1a Militia .4 l Q- r , 1 kts . H ' if Rv-.le-A . . I I Q W: continually standing in line . . . always waiting Y 7 . . . for keys . . . for lunch cards . . . to pay .el money . . . to sign this . . . and to sign that. Q. , , . . .H , 'QQ N a little solemn about the whole thing . . . and 'V A ' A much concerned about where to put what . . . rw introduced to what seems to be a myriad of people . . . fellow freshman . . . F.A.C. members . . . faculty . . . and almost always to Miss An- derson, Residence Director, and Barbara Nyce, the F.A.C. president. ix. 4- F' ,L if " Y , Ji wmtunur ""'r .,,.ksK .aa ' 3 Q 'ff n 3, . 4 5 ' I wmv' ... - A- 5 it , "Holy Smoke, they've changed instructors!" Feel like "singing the blues? w-..-J qt 'ILJ "But l've got to have the course to graduate!" REGISTRATIO Changed schedules, closed classes, an advisor's signa- ture add to the confusion of "REGISTRATION," This year, the registrar Miss F. Jones and her committee drew up a Registration Plan. It enabled the student to know exactly where to go and what to do. Students hoped that they wouldn't hear, "Class Closed," "Better get this approved before-" but what would registration be without these words? Yes, you guessed it! Some classes were closed and there was a long line in front of the Approval Desk. Work tables hummed with gossip about new instruc- tors and old instructors and courses you had better stay away from. . shag- -W F -' -.5 -, Q 1 4 . f R-A , ' ' ' A A J. L -nv' C' . ,, . My ' 59" is 3 1 g' , ,,'. . . 1 ,V A .2 'Ln 1 Dr. Hawkins, the principal speaker, related how our college re- quirements have changed and how our college compares to other teacher colleges. He expressed the ideas of other institutions, peo- ple in the field of education, and brought home to us how im- portant a teachers college is. l T10 The collegelyear officially opens with the Invocation Assembly. Dr. Hawkins introduced the student hody to the new faculty members. The Glee Club and orchestra rendered a few selections. Dr. Hawkins acquainted new students with the stand- ards of the college, while Seniors smiled to hear him talk of block courses and student teaching. The second semester opened with the Convocation Assembly. The student body listened to Dr. Hawkins as he explained the need for teachers' colleges. Freshmen congratulated one another on getting through their first semester, while Seniors smiled and thought-the next assen1bly's ours. C0 TIO The purpose and principles of education, and how Towson stu- dents react, were part of Dr. Hartley's Invocation Message. New students and faculty members were introduced, and welcomed by Dr. Hawkins, the faculty and the student body. "Hail, Hail, The Gangs All Here!" SPO UK IGHT Chaos invades the halls of S.T.C. as the traditional day of reckoning for freshmen arrives. The initiation day begins bright and early for the "spooks" at 7:00 sharp. Many upperclassmen enjoy the luxury of hreak- fast in hed, served hy their loyal Nservantsf' Woliien with no make-up and straight hair, and men looking odd in backward clothes are seen carrying assorted ohjects through the halls. The evening fun is typified hy parading Elvis Presleys, animals, nursery rhyme stories and other clever groups, all competing for honors. Wlien the hectic day ends, the Freshmen can truly feel a part of the college life to which they now helong. f """"fa:g,, AN 1 2 I Be prepared . . . "flIutunl Admirntinn Society 7, .f-If -W1 XR Wm 1 X fzb Ill 5 J i .QW il, vp! I-L-'Ns - ' --r.' .L ' va Q ,"?r 3 L KQQTQFV The theme is fulfilled by the SophomoresA " THE GAY With the theme "The Gay Ninety Years," Homecom- ing began on Friday, November 2, 1956 with a pep rally, a bonfire and a jam session. Following the parade of floats on Saturday at which time the Sophomore Class and the Glen Players carried away the honors, the Towson Knights crushed the Alumni Team in a wet, drippy soccer game. the Juniors- amd, of 1-nurse, the Senior ' 1 1 bc L... R, ru- si' ju xA' 'xx' ,alps iL'TQ'1-N i -1 ""T1T -I -ni! ' S '-I A . 1 V .-'4 'I 'T NINETY YE RS From the time one entered through the swinging doors 'til they took down the last bit of decoration, "Bustle Bounce," the Senior sponsored dance on Saturday night proved to be a most enjoyable affair. The highlights of the evening was the crowning of the Homecoming Queen, Mary Wimmer, and her court, Janet Mahaley, Joan Archambault, Carolyn Coakley, Diana Renshaw, Carolyn Williams and Mary Lou Kroh. Homecoming, 1956 proved to be another memorable event for the many Towsonites who attended. The Queen and her escort, Don Sudbrink. if - L1 ,,,.4-u Q N Us in " yi, - . ' -J a r' lf' Q ,.l 1- ' C, . Christmas at Towson is a good time to become filled with the spirit of Christmas Good-will. The S.C.A. begins festivities with a tree-trimming party in Richmond Hall Parlor. Decorating the foyer is organized by the Social Committee of the Women's Residence Council. The girls compete in a door decorating con- test., which is judged the night of the Christmas dinner. The Junior class sponsors the Christmas Dance, called "Winter Waltz," this year, with Joe Dowling's Orchestra. Instead of spending money for a corsage, each couple brings a gift for the Salvation Army and places it under the twenty-four foot high tree. The night before the dormitories close is a gala occasion. A formal Christmas dinner is held, to which the girls wear eve- ning or cocktail dresses, and the boys wear suits and ties. Each table is decorated by the students for a faculty-judged contest. After dinner, the residence councils hold a Christmas party in the gymnasium which is a wonderful mixture of singing, Santa Claus, gifts, and fun for the underprivileged children. At the close of the evening, the S.C.A. sponsors a caroling party through the Towson area. When the students leave for home, they can remember their Towson Christmas as a time of gaiety sprinkled liberally with giving and good-will. 'f Q . Q Q . ' P I . nf , -r , ,' 'P' if-. 7 "' - , J Q r " ,'+A5'f21'l - vw .. 1- 4. ,A n ' . ,. ,. 1' 0 x' I "Everywhere, Everywhere, Christmas Tonight"-a feeling in every heart as we si! down together for the traditional Christmas Dinner. ' x 5 X, i Q I 3. Q 1 j'Aa"' f f,wf, f t W' t H ' ,fl - I ! -" l k ,4 ATT., Z' wiv . ' 5 .1 X ikiiiitrilnlrylll V 'Q 'I I-'s Towson students have fun entertaining the children af ,jf It is more blmsed lo give! 41, XX .X-Ai v exlx K than tr re c 83 SWEET HEART DAN CE N '-1 ,W DORIS VVIMERT AND JACK JONES 'iff' nSIl'0PlllPlll'fS of 1957" r X bi , The biggest dance of the year, the Sweetheart Dance, is held at the Sth Regiment Armory in February. Under the chairmanship of Joyce Frizzell and her various committees, plans were early begun in the first semester, in order to insure the success of the dance. The night was clear and the attendance was good. Art Mooney's orchestra provided the instrumental ingredient needed to carry out the theme of the dance. Doris and ,lark are honored by the 1956 Sweethe:1rIS, Maftiiff Sadler and Bill Snntman. The main event of the evening was the Sweetheart Contest. After much nervousness, and stress and strain on the part of the contestants, Doris Wlimert and Jack Jones were selected as the Sweetheart couple of 1957. Other couples included+Kitty Borchers and Perry Conley. Ann Rogers and Bernie Hartman, Roberta Reed and ,lack Lynch, Carole Grim and Don McBrian, Harriette Gampel and Herb August, Pat Hagan and Bill Baily, Gerri Barnes and Don Reck, Peggy Mullican and Nelson Bolender, and Beth Brodken and Stu Davis. Hearts and flowers, the same old theme, but a dance we will always remember. xxx Jinx!! i W' ar W , I I Q Ssseellu-nrt Nllllllilvt "W'e:lrm-lmppytu1lnnounre...' Wifi? fin kg s-YK., DAY UFF F0 R ........ ' 1 ..'C" I L S0 N-X qcwf SA-I -gi 94 "And to the psychology department . . . Miss Greenberg!" A f l AA vfxxwsxg A ,.. f. Ll "Kalenkamp over Tolchesler Y' T Y x. s, i 1 . x 1 as 1. -. Mil ' H 4-W 2 f 'C I P at 1' ' v Q 4. L . 4,1 W1 1' -Zwnfbgf in uv, V' ...ff-Q' ,gm 4, ' ., .,, vid, this - Gaw, Q A 'S' ge, S: 1 n r lf S 5 'X 9 lil' f 5. -n . ig,-. --lip' Lai , T0ws0n's Bay Belles Loaded down with bathing suits, lunches, towels, cards and cameras, the entire school and faculty left for Tol- chester on May 27, 1957. Although the sun didn't shine during the trip down, everyone had lots of fun. Enter- tainment included numhers from the various assemblies and a jitterbug contest. Swimming, rides and eating were among the events engaged in while at the beach. Coming home, the sun finally came out in all of its glory, and sunbathers fol- lowed suit. Also on the return trip, the Last Will and Testament of the Senior Class was read. A great time was had by all! "Now all start with the right fool." ILI1 5s,.'+i15ff V Q,--H g u:' : Q 11,52 ' , 1 'ii 7"-: t W. .,xf',A,L TRU? sl N "THE PLAYS THE THI G. EY :SW L -A ' gal-,4, I I 'svn' ' " ' 1-'. WV I-'M 4 F ww- oh - - 1116. gp. A group of 'Strange Bedfellows Craig Gerhard-the gay Britisher Call Me Madam . . . .4314 3 GDN 'Y ,v..,4 .y "7 X l V- All 7 Q' w N . 'P' L' M X' f "--mai xl.. '- , I ,e. ,."" xNCAuni1n fr . S1 By combining three major productions with two series of one-act plays, the Glen Players presented an excellent season of entertainment for the college. October brought to our stage Strange Bedfellows, a de- lightful comedy about women suffrage. Leading roles were handled by Tamar Belsky, Earl Myers, Katherine Mclntyre, Craig Gerhard and John Bruce Johnson. l In March the musical extravaganza, Kiss Mp Kate, was presented by the group. Featuring Gerry Hall and Bob Dellerq a huge cast of singers, dancers and crewmen worked long and diligently to produce a magnifi- cent show. The season concluded with a very fine production of lbsen's Hedda Gabler. In the cast were Emmy Lee Butler, John A. Butler, Jim Glass, John Bruce Johnson and Katherine Mclntyre. All in all the Glen Players had a very fine season! "Every Tom, Dick, or Hurry" ' "Kiss Me KRIICB "Brush fp Your Shakespeare xf 'S s ' CX ' ' "We Open in Venice" N, It .--' rf- if-r, 5 Z iv" kd' -. r . ,N 4. if FQ'-SX Ag. 'Sul Wm ht--QM 32" ii is I' , 2 -J' .F V- . 'ue .XA-9 , ,rg ?: X 6 . n -sl? 515' in , rl- . -V .,, - at 1,vq ,. f'. 'hs ,J 4-in 'bu ' V v-.M X , ' bx Q v X .. W , v cf' I hope it doesnt fall off on huge' A I. Il n 11 -nr YVinnie and Dick trip the light fantastic to . . the rhythm of the Hi-Fi's SIP AND SOCI LIZE ..... xx "A little tea und sympathy" UN AN SNOW Af,-, - ,-j, ,iv , "HQ 1+-fz-L21 Q91 refiwmm-fi! "Freshman biology nan. never like lhisf' Herble of Look Out Mountain "Ever onward. ever UDHAIFQV, Snowbound A 1-Q THE CLE WHERE THE ELITE EET We, the Class of '57, feel especially qualified to write of the Student Centre because we claim the distinctive honor of being the first class to enjoy four full years of Student Centre life. Aside from the extra-curricular activities held in the Student Centre fclass parties, lectures, dances and jam sessionsl there are the myriad "unscheduled" events to which the Student Centre is dedicated and to which the Towson student is dedi- cated. There is the Snack Bar for lunchers and munchers, tables for bridge, pitch, pinochle, etc. enthusiasts, the patio for the sun- worshippers., and couches for the sleepy ones. However, the prime function of the Student Centre is manifest in a chair, anywhere and everywhere, preferably squeezed in among several others, which is the four-year home of the true afecinado, the lounger. ff Q '11 Lounge Lizards get together. So what's college without bridge? 1 , 1 ffwl ,J 0.4 JJ", Y 0 -72' IQ!-rv Did you see what they"re having p t ' ' " lx pngF .sph ,U --- 1' faiawg' X 4 Q m o -'-H X ,nlllgggtf ,,.' P gt dv, Cla 5.-J .41 lor fx ug! OH .171 . I ' A fx if" ' S: l Q' , 9 . gg ' 3- ,tif 2 t-f ' Al: 1 +3 , 0 7 'I' "M 1 its ' .r Q3 ll tj, W . j J 1 ' - l' .5 f 1' .- ' ty. . 4 , , .1 ,' A Wx .. , Max s Q' t. :AT r--- 5 .1 , . -ylitgis 1' .. " .- ,- ...,v.. What is more imbportant at college than the fascinating occu- pation of living in the dormitory? For four years, this is the home, the study hall, the recreation department and the Lonely Hearts Club of many people. It is here that friendships are made, personalities developed, and final grades decided upon. North Hall and East Hall, the men's college community, is the scene of hull sessions, stag parties, pool and card games, and other explosive activities. "We gona get married qui,-ky" ' rase the red pencil marks before you hand it in if -'rf' - N. . . OHWUMEN P' i' 'L k K 3 4 -Qi , 1 f M. "'- 4: T-X "'T"f4 -l I'll never get married!" W "Where is the maid with my breakfas "lt's my turn to choose the movie. They will never have to cram! 5 x 116 ,, in IVVESN, I , Working her way through college if L I. 'ff f I 'X Newell Hall and Richmond Hall, the home of the resident women, is in con- stant uproar with missing sign out books, preparations for dates and the usual female antics. 97 O9 1 l Rosa and Theodore TYPICALLY TOWS N "The mail must go through." Thanks for a job well done! f 3- ivy .v Q 'i 0.7.5-.A .. 5' .f,.g-gg-i:y,..,.,,,,v-1 .. , , '.Qfl1i1:C 'Rai 1' N . HQHWBTJ ., . , ,O ,H A., x 'LGNW , .: on ' 9 ,"".: X1 ' 4""'. ..V,..L ' we 'Q' I .' A "Two hours and l'm not even red!" v J . 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I 6 T' .A-.JT :GL 247 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS -'P " '11, 4, - f Q" 3319 w g' , x'2 .nw YM, Xxx RNS XS X Q5 X K xx xxx' AXQ RXM Qxxxuxxxxx X Q X WSW ii N Q JN S ' i,x Ot Xi , GV! X ."" X 9 B XX. Xl U xg x Q x s' N W is . ' ix N .XXX X' 5 phi... Q c s ,AV W Sit' X S it My 3 N Yxxxxxxw X X H XXXXXXXN WNXWW' X NX ss xxxxxx N NATALIE ROSENTHAL ABRAMS Kindergarten-Primary An eye for art . . . squeaky, little voice . . . sweet personality . . . petite . . . a long time romance that ended in marriage . . . bridge player . . . enthusiastic . . . neatness personified.. . . likes to spend time with Paul . . . friendly to all. Electives. EDWARD L. ALLRIDGE Junior High The man from East Dundalk . . . parono- mastic, procrastinating player of Proko- fiev . . . sights set on an M.S .... hopes to travel to the land "Down Under" . . . lr. College Graduate . . . "Abeunt studia in moresu . . . "One can expect to gain from his existence what he puts into it." Photography Clubg Future Teacher's As- sociationg Health and Safety Committeeg Curriculum Committeeg Class activities. Qi . at Alf' ANTHONY J. ANASTASI Junior High Tony . . . can't stand long-winded speak- ers who say nothing . . . "Let's gol" . . . always has a camera in hand . . . "Dordt o1ierworkll.", . . . neat dresser . . . can usually be found in the darkroom. Glee Club, treasurer, Photography Club, treasurer. E' HERBERT S. AUGUST Junior High Augie . . . took time out for the Air Force between semesters . . . staunch Democrat . . . will combine teaching with marriage and graduate work . . . where would he be without Hamburgers, Harriet, and History? Veterans Organizationg Glen Playersg Gamma Theta Upsilong Basketballg Ten- nis Managerg Class activities. l fs'-41 A i 4 w -1 1 l i BARBARA LYNN BEACHLEY Junior High Beach . . . apt at athletics . . . accom- plished with the quips . . . understands football! ! .l . . . even disposition . . . al- WILLIAM ARTHUR BAILEY JR. Junior High Beetle . . . "Now seriously" . . . "You're an idiot" . . . always found with a cigarette, coffee, and Pat . . . shutter bug . . . allergic to busy work . . . enthusiasm for living . . . outspoken . . . "Good things are worth waiting and working for." Veteran's Organizationg Lutheran Stu- dents' Associationg All College Councilg Photography Clubg Tower Light, editorg Class activitiesg Soccer. a "' " if 'L . BARBARA POLAKAVETZ BARSHACK Elementary Babs . . . "Who,s going home at 2 today?" . . . oh, how her instructors mispronounced her maiden name . . . reserves the third bridge table to the left in the Centre . . . speedy in all she does . . . an attractive smile . . . looks forward to housekeeping and a family . . . "When the time comes, it will come." Jewish Students Associationj correspond- ing secretaryg Class activitiesg Electives. lergic to eight o'clock classes . . . noted for those excursions in "The Black Dragon" . . . a-Navy enthusiast . . . always smiling . . . "Another day shot."' Women's Athletic Association, Student Government Association, representative Clee Club, president: Newman Club, SCC- rCt3fYZAll College Councilg Class activities: Electives. 'vb- K, Y l CHARLES THOMAS BECK Elementary Tom . . . the original gentleman of leisure . . . generally can be found in a comfort- able position . . . an ejective fullback . . . likes to tease . . . an appealing smile . . . fun to be with . . . "Act-act in the living Present! Heart within, and Cod o'erhead.l" Newman Clubg Soccerg Track: Basketballg All-Star lntramuralsg Student Government Association. i Y' ' U N .x?XT A xxxxx x X Vx X x XV 0' ' N S A XXRKQ xXXXxxx Xx B 7... A xxxx il-Q' S A F- x w . S ,cs X- Q . X 'Q S! .lil ' N N .Q QQ . 1 ' . 1 ur- 7 X ik- Y Y- X- ,Q JEAN M. BECKMAN Kindergarten-Primary feanie . . . "Oh no! there's something wrong with the car again" . . . never fails to pack a banana in her lunch bag . . . an active miss who enjoys swimming, water skiing and bowling . .o. a quiet, unassum- ing personality . . . a smile for everyone. 'I CHARLOTTE ANN BECKWITH Junior High Ann . . . extremely absent minded . . hopes Io be a junior high core teacher . . . has her lzusbandls happiness constantly on her mind . . . loves gab sessions with good friends of both sexes . . . has an extremely impractical interest in poetry . . . every- body's friend . . . opinionated people aren't a part of her life. Kappa Delta Pi, historian. JAMES BERNARD BERNSCHEIN Junior High Bernie . . . smilingly sarcastic . . . advo- cates hve extra hours a day for sleep and pinochle . . . benevolence disguised . . . is looking forward f?l to a date with Uncle Sam . . . then Junior High Science beck- ons . . . "Nothing looks good at seven o'cIock in the morning, but things im- prove." Newman Clubg Junior-Senior Men's Clubg Future Teachers of Americag Curriculum Committee, Kappa Delta Pig Class activ- ities. it LOIS BITNER Kindergarten-Primary Lo . . . "How 'bout that."' . . . loquacious, happy . . . second graders beware! . . . operates a bridal suite! Marriage has claimed five of her jive roommates . . . can often be found in "Central', . . . "This just isn,t my dayv . . . the more the mer- rier . . . keeps the mailman busy . . . enjoys good Christian fellowship . . . "Keep look- ing up.", Student Christian Associationg Inter- Varsity Christlan Fellowship, president, vice-president, treasurer. HELEN MINERVA BITTROLFF Elementary Minerv . . . all right-seriously though . . . Steve Wilsonis female counterpart . . . rattles papers and slams doors . . . easy going. Tower Light, editor-in-chief, managing editorg Treasurer of the Baltimore Sodal- ity of Newman Clubsg Secretary of All College Councilg Marshalsg Publicity and Public Relations Committeeg Class activ- ities. LUELLA ELIZABETH BIVENS Elementary LuBeth . . . "Don't you know where Boons- boro is?,' . . . insincerity and noise are her petpeeves . . . her clothes are fresh off the pages of Mademoiselle . . . most frequently seen in S.C.A. ojice and Student Centre . . . always ready with a smile. Student Christian Association, choirg Women's Residence Council, presidentg Freshman Advisory Council, treasurerg Student Government Association, treas- urerg Tower Echoes. photographyeditor: Future Teachers of Americag Class activ- ities. . , S f . hs, ,VN A Q5 KATHARINE LQUISA BORCHERS Kindergarten-Primary Kitty . . . "l'm going to meet Perry nowi' . . . "Remember that time?" . . . can't help singing in. the shower . . . the natural nose wrinlcler . . . an authority on "Winnie-the -Poohi' . . . Oh! those stairs! . . . "Ever onward, ever upwardi' . . . "Cather ye rosebuds while ye mayf, Women's Residence Council, Student Cov- ernment Association representativeg Kappa Delta Pi, secretaryg Tower Echoes, literary fstalig Freshman Advisory Councilg Class activities. 'x CLARA MAE BOWIE Elementary Clara . . . "Cad zoolfsfi' . . . dislikes all the rush and confusion in the halls . . . student teaching agreed with her . . . plans to sturdy music and teach in a school for the blind in another state . . . enjoys cof- fee and conversation with friends . . . "Laugh and be happy."' Student Christian Association. vice-presil dentg District Chairman of Student Chris- tian Movement: Clee Club: Wesley Clubg Class assemblies, assistant music director. SHIRLEY ANNE BOWLING Elementary Slzirl . . . a fresh air fend to the last . . . you'll always hear her coming . . . a girl who,s there when you need her . . . pi- noehle player and sports enthusiast . . . her plans include teaching and marriage . . . a smile for every occasion. Women's Athletic Association, vice-presi- dentg Womenis Residence Council, Student Government Association representativeg Class activities. CHARLES CLINTON BRAWN Elementary Chuck . . . first to volunteer . . . amiable . . . friendships are his forte . . . fads married life agreeable . . . sports, music and travel vie for his attention ,... cool and calm . . . "Do your best at anything you try, and respect your friends and familyf' Men's Athletic Associationg Photography Clubg Class intramurals. NADINE ELIZABETH BROOKS Elementary Neb . . . "What did l do, now?" . . . a flair for everything . . . likes piano playing and players . . . enjoys the special education field . . . devilish . . . "Oh no, not another ticlcet."' . . . always busy . . . "Yes, a cojee hour at six" . . . enjoys life and its com- plications. Class Oflicer, social chairman, Student Government Association representativeg Student Christian Association Choirg Wes- ley Club, Women's Residence Council, social chairmanig Class activities. NANCY BROWN Elementary Nancy . . . nflow did l ever get into this?" . . . campaigns for longer weekends . . . reliable supporter of the IRC . . . has trouble remembering where she put things . . . found either reading or listening to records . . . lilres to spend Sunday night with the crowd . . . representative to the UN Model General Assembly for four years. Clee Clubg International Relations Club, secretary, presidentg Class activities. v I l l I s I I l I i EMMY LEE BUTLER Junior High Em . . . "How olrl is he?', . . . enjoys boys, men anrl Clen Players parties . . . a new love every week . . . definite artistic talent . . . she's either in tlze Centre or at the Cluh . . . once in a while she's serious . . . '6Liue while and as you may" . . . B.B.B. Alpha Psi Omega: Glen Player's:Photogf raphy Club: Veteranls Organization. sec- retary, publicity director. j l KATHLEEN ROSE BROWN E Kindergarten-Primary Kathie . . . '6See that sun in the morningn . . . will always be remembered for her infectious laugh . . . loves to travel . . . pinochle partner's nightmare . . . a year to knit a pair of argyles . . . arrlent lVew- manite . . . a sincere friend. Newman Club, secretary, presidentgfresh- man Advisory Council, vice-presidentg Student Government Association, class representativeg Freshman Executive Com- mitteeg Leadership Conimitteeg Tower Echoesg Class activities. . PSX ALLEN BRYANT Junior High Al . . . ichi-ban . . . thrives on tomato soup with cinnamon anrl porcupine halls . . . provides comfortable companionship . . . mathematically inclinerl . . . a talent for rlecorating walls . . . future plansinclurle a masters flegree .... S easonefl Slurlent Centre pitch player . . . frequently Pimlico hounfl . . . self-possession anrl a near- serious nature. Student Government Association represen- tative, Freshman Advisory Council: Men's Athletic Association. Intra-mural League Director: Soccerg Tennis: Track. JOHN ALFRED BUTLER Junior High lay . . . always cultivating irliosyncrasies . . . azlvocator of Democratic-ifleals. Re- publican tastes . . . desires never to be a principal . "Always wear goggles while eating grapefruilia . . . Hermwalt lllelwhit, l the incurable ham . . . can usually be founzl on the phone right after clinner, calling Ginger. Glen Players. parliamentarian-historian. Student Government Association repre- sentative: Alpha Psi Omega. president. treasurer: Freshman Advisory Council: Class, activities. J- ' l 1 Y l l V' fv- ELEANORE G. M. CADLE Kindergarten-Primary Ele . . . "Oh greatlv . . . member of the "sweet suitei' . . . 10071 confederate . . . Towsonis Miss Fix-lt . . . her greatest problem is ftting in the kindergarten chairs . . . happy-go-lucky . . . athletics enthusiast . . . avoids getting dressed-up . . . glad to be graduating in 957. Womeifs Athletic Electives: Womexfs Var- sity Basketball Team. " -,,- ALFORD ROBUS CAREY JR. Junior High Skip . . . "Hey, Bunkyn . . . has a good start on his own fen1ale lacrosse team . . . affable angle man . . . collector of jazz records and campus parking tickets . . . monopolizes crutches during soccer season . . . enthusiastic participant in shaving cream battles . . . "lf you can't have a good time and enjoy life, you must be a Yankeef, Menls Club: Booster Club: Men's Athletic Association, treasurer: Class activities. MARGARET CARR Elementary Margie . . . adept at tickling the ivories . . . rosy future of teaching and being a house- wife . . . dancing eyes . . . loves children, especially little ones . . . frequent visitor to 5k Allegheny Avenue . . . a grin whenever awakened-regardless of hour . . . likes having a certain four room- mates! . . . "Live life to the fullest." Wesley Clubg Future Teachers of Amer- icag Student Christian Associationg Class activities. 'I' JANNINE MARIE CHAPDELAINE Elementary fannine . . . came to Towson in her funior year . . . Dixieland music fan . . . loves to get mail . . . don't get her started on her brothers . . . often. found at Barb's house . . . dislikes early morning conversation . . . girl in blue . . . usually with a cup of coffee . . . enjoys the little things in life Newman Club, secretaryg Women's Resi- dence Council Social Committeeg Kappa Delta Pig Tower Echoes. 1 3 RUTH CAROLYN CLAFLIN Junior High Carolyn . . . an active member of her church . . . enjoys creative writing, art, literature ana' church work . . . will discuss anything as long as she can discuss . . . a Thomas a Kempis advocate. Art Club: Canterbury Club: Future Teach- ers of Americag Marshals: Class activities. sg- X: X in-an 'iii SALLY WAGNER CLAYTON Elementary Sally . . . "Very goody . . . received MRS. over Christmas holidays . . . sense of hu- mor . . . interested in everything, every- one, everywhere . . . busy decorating that new apartment . . . likes to eat, really! . . . big tease. Freshman Advisory Councilg Wesley Club, president: Future Teachers of America: Class Treasurer. Junior yearg Class Social Chairman, Sophomore yearg Class activ- ities. X, gps! Ply ' 'ii' PERRY LEE CONLEY Elementary Ape . . . "Now you knowlw . . . will accept an. invitation to the athletic field anytime . . . chief custodian of room 6 . . . "Too nzuch for T.V." . . . how can anyone be so consistently calm., cool, and collected? Men's Athletic Association, vice-presidentg Freshman Advisory Councilq Lutheran Students Associationg Varsity Soccer, Baseball, and Basketball. 'F' MARGUERITE H. COSTELLO Kindergarten-Primary Our well-dressed Mrs .... she doesn't own snclfs . . . likes to paint . . . loolfing for- ward to post-graduate work . . . the visitor . . . friend to allAfaculty and students . . . those linen dresses . . . a pleasant and intelligent intliritlttal. Kappa Delta Pi. XXX ' x SXXQ xi N N xx- xw NX Rin Nxxmxxxxv ,sxgwl xl N 5 IX mx ws N N XXXX 59 Yxxxxxxxv NNN S XXXXNN X xyxxxwi' N RX' 'lx u xxxxxx ORLAN COWAN Elementary Orie . . . "Who cares?" . . . enjoys kids, summer camp and listening to Carousel . . . can be found at Croonfs, Thompson's, Palmasano's or East dorm . . . looking foruard to graduate uorlf in Psychology . . . a talent for ceramics . . . C'est la 1-ie.' Future Teachers of America' Newman Club: Student Christian Associationg Men s Residence Council. Student Govern- ment Association representative. 'YS- PATRICIA GRACE CRUM Elementary a flny lI1lIll9 lilies the kiddies. but olz those lesson plans another shortze ltnzt one purl tuol . quiet, It you get to know er dislikes Crummy and being mistaken for a high school senior future plans include marriage and teachzng in Frederzch County lite love laugh and be happyln Student Centre Directory vice president: qtudent Christian Association Class ac- tivlties ,als S- ... X "' QS' X l , Q sal.. X l N .Q G it so U -- V H Q s' Af' i N V .xx , X-K. 5 sill le Q '11 phi- ------ ' , ' . .- we S X'-5 w Q " yt fs-I , SHIRLEY MAE CURTAIN Kindergarten-Primary Shirl . . . student teaching enthusiast . . . married to Stan . . . raises one lone hamp- ster . . . a dash of shyness, a spark of fun . . . partial to those first and second grad- ers . . . "Cod grant me serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things l can, and wisdom to know the difference." STANLEY LAURENCE CURTAIN Elementary Stan . . . dynamic acting ability . . . plans include dramalics and a Masters in Educa- tion . . . a "Hell" in his life nowl . . . "l'm great, but no one knows it."' . . . enjoys singing ballads . . . "Eat, drink, and he merry, for tomorrow you'll get an exam." Glen Playersg Alpha Psi Omega. MARCIA MULFORD DANDY Elementary Marcia . . . "By Gum" . . . oh, that crazy purple ditto . . . an attractive blue-eyed blonde . . . knitting, swimming, dancing, and Ed are her favorite pastimes . . . haunts her home but hopes to tour Europe eventually . . . a determined co-ed with a rosy outlook. Student Government Association represen- tative. I ANN DE LAUDER Elementary . Ann . . . "As a matter of fact" . . . one of the "Rowrlie', crew . . . Ann De Lauder had a party . week-ends on the Appala- chian trail . Easter vacation at Ft. Lauderdale . . . nealness personifed . . . M.K. pays frequent window calls . . . a true friend . . . quiet appearance is de- ceiving. Lutheran Students' Association: Electivesg Dorm Social Committeeg Tower Echoesg Class activities. CAROL LEE DELP Elementary Delper . . . "Ho Ho" . . , Towson,s Rus- sian peasant with an original H. L. Mencken quote . . . her idea of a good time-"being with people I like, wher- ever" . . . either in the Centre or at The Club . . . a sports participator ana' spec- tator . . . plans to travel . . . never a clock watcher . . . anyone for bridge? . . . Utopian philosophy. Tower Echoesg Residence Hall proctorg Class activitiesg Electives. I 4'-l 'W tar V f PHYLLIS MARIE DENNIS Kindergarten-Primary Phyl . . . sweet and petite . . . special in- terest in "lay-Bird" Ceorgel . . . "Oh no, not again" . . . usually found below eye level fonly 5'2fQ" talll . . . "D0n,t worry about things, because for everything there is a reason guided by One who knows bet- ter than we." Student Christian Association. correspond- ing secretary: Freshman Advisory Coun- cil, secretary: lntervarsityg Vllesley Club, Interfaith representative: Future Teachers of America. 'a 1 1 ' if U 5 1 KKK! N Saws yxxxs N X 9 s Xv xXx' Ss WGS stu 1 S ...ii S A F- x Q X S 1 ' 1 X K X :Y . -1 5:35 N a s DAWN DOLORES DIXON Kindergarten-Primary Derle . . . "FII have to start readingv . . . would like to start Monday classes at noon . . . an attractive, cheerful miss with a flair for interior decorating . . . plans to travel abroad . . . often seen at Kno.r's or any- where there's food . . . lives for the week- end . . . a true optimist. ,pw HELENE MILDRED DOERING Elementary Millie . . . sunny ariser . . . good "Oleg home food for those midnight snacksl . . . happy-go-lucky . . . great zest for foorl . . . likes "Squeeky" the dog . . . plans entail marriage and career . . . "Do unto others as you would have others do unto you." International Relations Club: Newman Cluh: Clee Cluhg Future Teachers of Americag Elective-sg Class activities. LUCILLE MARY D'ONOFRIO Kindergarten-Primary Mickie . . . "Hey Schatz! Wait for me" . . . likes just about everything except pop quizzes . . . will never be an old maid school teacher . . . a sparkling personality with a perpetual smile . . . likes bowling, dancing, classical music and men . . . "Look before you leap." EARL E. DORN Junior High "1 wouldn't say thati' . . . likes being with his wife at 130 Overbrook Rd .... always willing to discuss . . . the one who almost missed the Eastern Shore conservation trip . . . yearns for a pilot's license . . . "Never hurry and never worry." Aviation Clubg International Relations Clubg Men's Athletic Associationg Pho- tography Clubg Student Christian Associa- tion. LETITIA DRYDEN Junior High Tish . . . talented in all helds . . . haunts the upholstered fox-hole and the Club . . . enjoys painting, piano, bridge playing and gabbing . . . always willing to help those in need . . . neat and attractive . . . there,s nothing she can't do. Glee Club, secretary, vice-presidentg Class activities. I HYATT A. DUKE JR. Elementary Al . . . triple threat of girls' phys. ed. class . . . future elementary school principal . . . dislikes anything very weak . . . member of Summer Stock Company between school years . . . "take an FH . . . Hilltop Theatre's best customer. Glen Players: Alpha Psi Omegag Aviation Club, president: Tower Light, business managerg Newman Club: Orchestrag Soc- cerg Class activities. 5. f fbi 1:-Y, an KALIOPE ECONOMIDES Junior High Dolly . . . "1 want nzy Georgie" . . . writes long letters on pink paper . '. . an ardent soccer and track fan . . . another pinochle enthusiast . . . likes to get things done weeks in advance, so she has plenty of time to enjoy life . . . agrees with Tolstoy who says, "Love life-for to love life is to love God? Gamma Theta Upsilong Electivesg Class activities. X 6' CYRILE EHRLICH Elementary Cyr . . . "fm hyslericalfi' . . . finally got that '50 Chevy . . . too bad a parking space di1ln't come with it . . . ejjusive con- versationalist , . . raven tresses . . . has lun with flannel lzoarrls . . . third grarlers her specialty . . . aspires to travel . . . "What- ever will be. will bef, Jewish Students Association: Class activ- ities. GLORIA EVANGELISTI Kindergarten-Primary C.E .... likes those little people. . . "Do I have any mail?,' . . . has dificulty with a dominating voice . . . makes the long trip between West and the Ad building in rec- ord time . . . coffee, records and West 4 or 13 make her life complete. 4-H Clubg International Relations Club, Student Government Association represen- tativeg Newman Club. ls 1. I 1 ELIZABETH LEE RADCLIFF E EVANS Kindergarten-Primary Betty . . . "Great Scottv . . . enjoys pizza pies and being married . . . can't stand radio commercials . . . a cook, a reader and an argyle maker . . . looking forward to teaching a second grade in Baltimore County . . . a pixie . . . often at Tollgate . . . happy go lucky. Canterbury Club, Student Government As- sociation representativeg Class activities. MIGNON KANN FARB Elementary Filet . . . "Come late and leave early" . . . divides her time between bridge, Stan, and school . . . always bubbling with en- thusiasm . . . complexion like satin . . . diets beware . . . likes pizza with anchovies and ice cream . . . seamstress superb . . . Lucky Day-August 14. JOHN C. FIEGE Junior High Ump . . . "l'm hungryg let's eat" . . . hopes to become Dean of Women at the University of Maryland . . . likes a heated argument over anything . . . can be found in any, well lighted place . . . loves to call the third strike on a temperamental baseball player . . . friendly but explosive. PATRICIA J. FILSINGER Elementary Pat . . . always willing to malfe a poster and so usually is . . . bridge player . . . "Now where did l put it?', . . . will teach in Garrett County . . . "You only live once, if you work it right, once is enoughf, Glen Players, treasurerg Freshman Ad- visory Councilg Assembly Committeeg 4-H Clubg Faculty Publicity Committeeg Tower Echoes, art editorg Kappa Delta Pi. ROSE MARIE FIN KLE Elementary Rose . . . "Do l have to?" leasant . . . . p smile . . . alert mind . . . look out third graders of Maryland . . . appreciates promptness and enthusiastic teachers . . . one of the Three Musketeers found in the lounge . . . don't try to argue with her . . . a lost cause . . . "Don't do today what you can do tomorrowg then you may not' have to do itf' Future Teachers of America, secretary of the Maryland Association. CAROLYN FISCHBACH Elementary Boots . . . likes any flavor as long as it s chocolate . . . a whiz with a needle . . . loves to talk, but not to write . . . often seen heading for the library . . . enjoys classical music . . . would like lo teach in Europe . . . "Do everything as well as you can." Gamma Theta Upsilong Future Teachers of Americag Wesley Clubg Electivesg Class activities. MARY LOUISE KING FISHPAW Kindergarten-Primary Mary Lou . . . one of our family ladies . . . plans homemalring for Carol, Tommy and Art . . . also loolfing forward to worlfing with K.P. lrids . . . quiet . . . modest . . . pleasant. s , JY Ri ELIZABETH ANN FOARD Kindergarten-Primary Betty Ann . . . "1 bet two cents if I go out, he'll callv . 1 . easy going until riled . . . her aim is -for a Masters Degree . . . enjoys those S.T.C. dances . . . a mem.ber of the argyle club . . . "Look on the bright side of lifef, Future Teachers of America: Wesley Cluhg Student Christian Association: lnterna- tional Relations Cluh: Class activities: Electives. BETTY FRANKLIN Elementary Betty . . . "No kirldingv . . . way up in the top bunk . . . yearns to roam the wide open spaces . . . one of those enviable people who lives right . . . a pleasant smile for all . . . conscientious and busy . . . "Keep 8V7'Il'l1.flg.l, 4-H Cluh: Glee Club: Hostess Club: Fu- ture Teachers of America: Class activities: Electives. MICHAEL A. FRANKO Junior High ' Mike . . . Student Centre sophisticate . . . staunch Democrat . . . Brooks Brothers charge account . . . Aristophanes of Tow- son . . . frequents the Club . . . coffee with "Mom" Wagemann. . ."Most people are as happy as they make up their minds to be." ' All College Councilg Student Life Com- mitteeg Curriculum Committeeg Tower Lightg National Students,Associationg Stu- dent Government Association, vice-presi- dentg Men's Residence Councilg Inter- Faith Councilg Class activities. BARBARA LEE FRANTZ Kindergarten-Primary Barbara . . . one of the Rowdies . . . enjoys swimming, dancing, and parties . . . "Didn't you know that?" . . . keeps her tan all year . . . partial owner of 218 . . . likes to spend Easter in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and summers in the Poconos . . . "Oh, those eyes" . . . goes to The Christ- mas Parties . . . "l'll never telll" Electivesg Hostess Clubg Glen Playersg Class activities. . Q' l NANCY LOIS FREEBERGER Elementary Nancy . . . '4You wanna see the moon?" . . . an unfortunate February graft . . . her roommates enjoy her early morning smile . . . slze's either in 306 or 307 Newell . . . an. active student who believes true friend- ship is a priceless thing. Future Teachers of America: Glee Club: Student Christian Associationg Class activ- ltles. sf P KENNETH MORRIS GAHS .IlU1i0T High Ken . . . "Take it easy."' . . . believed to be seen with largest sandwiches in the snack bar . . . friendly and easy going . . . dislikes low mailboxes for tall boys . . . avid photography fan . . . interested in camping and lndian lore . . . "A good life is rewarding." Glen Playersg Tower Light Photographer: Alpha Psi Omega: Photography Cluh. lf? RHODA GAMERMAN Kindergarten-Primary Rho . . . "Arthur rlirl tlzisg Arthur flid that" . . . hates people to be late . . . "Que sera-sera" . . . can be found almost any- time in the Student Centre. Jewish Students Association. ix WILFORD L. CAPETZ .lunior High Bill . . . 'iCan't something he done ahout registrationf"' . . . hopes to teach in illary- lanrl for tu'o years and then more West . . . lilfes those evenings at home with his wife and his pride anrl joy . . . hunting and fishing are his favorite trays of relax- ing . . . "now when l u'as at Kings l'oint" . . . "These hills." Veterans' Organization. Pulilieity Chair- man. Xx AX X NX ,xxx AX N ' xXXx Q x NXXIQN 'N Six ws Q N' .xxx Xi Q x 5 X S X N t N' s sxtiidxixxxxxx . s A xxx .lx Xx T I 6 A A 'Q S t ffl Q Qi XXX x Ke ssl N .' Nxxvwt XX yxXXXXXXXN xXxxxw"xX AX sy xxxxxx N N. x .xx tix' 5 , pXXt'-- x. A s . N Y. N i bs MARY ELINORE GAREIS Elementary Polfey . . . "No foolingfl' . . . enthusiastic dorm student . . . unique sense of humor . . . particularly enjoyed student leaching . . . hnds pleasure in conquering the moun- tains of Wyoming . . . plans to follow ele- mentary education with elementary music . . . Hlllake the hes! of every siluationf' Freshman Advisory Council. membership chairman: Gamma Theta Upsilong Orches- tra: Glen Players: Future Teachers of Americag Kappa Delta Pi: Womens Ath- letic Association. Board memberg Tower Echoesg Class activities. JOYCE GEER Elementary loycer . . . "Oh, my heartln . . . under that stern disposition-a heart of gold . . . enjoys ping-pong, Girl Scouting and camp- ing . . . but doesn'l care for sandwich mak- ing . . . the Catonsville kid . . . nzemlfer of the West Hall set . . , a charming smile . . . "Be Preparedf, Student Christian Association Choirg Women's Athletic Association, Board member. vt LEONARD CRAIG GERHARD Junior High Craig . . . "The thing is . . ." . . . "Deeply and sincerelyl' . . . oh, those, clothes! . . . Towson's answer to Elvis Presley . . hopes to teach in college eventually . . . listens to his hz'-fi in his spare time . . . New York City and the "Met" are tops . . . likes to read Parrington and Hof- Sl6ll6l'. Wesley Clubg Student Government Asso- ciation, Class Representative: Orchestra Custodiang Glen Playerss Inter- Varsity DONALD GIESE Junior High Buck . . . 'How goes it?" . . . enjoys al- most everything, especially Indian lore and Barbershop quartet singing . . . plans to get an MA. from N.Y.U .... the Shakespearean pitcher . . . "You, learn more from listening than telling." Junior-Senior Menls Clubg Newman Clubg Intramural sportsg Class activities. - in JAMES PAUL GLASS Junior High lim . . . favors the dramatic on and ojff stage . . . "Silence, lowly Spooky . . . af- fectionate . . . hopes to do graduate work in Dramatics . . . temperamental . . . "Be- fore l say, 'out, out, brief candle,' I want to be completely burned down." Alpha Psi Omegag Gamma Theta Upsilong Glen Players, vice-presidentg Newman Clubg Wrestliiig teamg Class officer, Stu- dent Government Association representa- tiveg Class activities. LOIS ANDERSON GOEDEKE Elementary Lo . . . Easter Bunny rang wedding bells in Iunior Year . . . nimble with a needle . . . prankster from way back . . . "We'lI build a little house for two or three . . . or more?" . . . pinochle enthusiast . . . "Ed is late again."' . . . "Plant your tree today, and tomorrow it may bear fruit," Future Teachers of America: Gamma Theta Upsilong International Relations Club, secretary, treasurerg Electives. GEORGENE ANN GONZALES Kindergarten-Primary Genie . . . "1 don't agreel' . . . enjoys gab fests on controversial issues . . . flair for flramatics . . . will build a future with an architect . . . appreciates beauty in the world . . . "We get from life what we are willing to givef, Canterbury Club, Social Chairmang Fu- ture Teachers of Americag Glee Clubg Class activities. Q 'Y'- l BERYL RABINOWITZ GOTTESMAN Elementary Appreciates any place comfortable enough to sleep in . . . will eventually raise her own "students', . . . a woman of definite tastes . . . theatre-goer . . . victim of freak accidents . . . takes pride in her husband , . . "Don't worry about little things-if you look hard enough, you can find some- thing biggerlv Jewish Students Association: Student Gov- ernment Association Representativeg Elec- tives. KI!! fk Xxxv AS NN XV K ' w x xg XXKKQQ xx Xxxx S' 7... A xxxx P-S, S A .XXX x- i X ' X if as 1 R ,.x Y Q . I -is :Af 5' ? 1 V M , MARGARET ELIZABETH HAASE Junior High Peggy . . . Towson's original rumor girl . . . a real heavy . . . "You know it" . . . WALTER FRANKLIN GOVER JR. Junior High Walt . . . 4'Oh, myw . . . weill always re- member Percy . . . screamed and hollered at the end ofthe frst nine . . . "Let's coffee down."' Glee Clubg Men's Chorusg Baptist Student Union: Menas Residence Councilg Student Council Representativeg Class activities. ROSALIE MERLE GREENBERG Elementary Roe . . . "l'm so excited.", . . . one of the ':Tl1ree Muskeleersw . . . doesn't venture far from the snack bar . . . passion for changing hair styles . . . looks forward to teaching second grade . . . can't stand those 8 o'cloek classes . . . "The only way to have a friend is to be onef, Student C-overnment Association Repre- sentativeg Student Center Directoryg Jew- ish Students Association, vice-president. acting president. yearns for the beach at Waikiki . . . tennis pro . . . aw c'mon, you must like some- body . . . permanent fxture in the Centre . . . how old are you? . . . eagerly awaits "top-down" weather . . . a gossip major . . . "lf at frst you don't succeed, quitf, Student Centre Directory, president, vice- president. ' 1 PATRICIA ANN I-IAGAN Junior High Pat . . . "fm confusedv . . . fascinated by bugs-beetles in particular . . . no insom- nia problems . . . never seen without Bill . . . future plans include ivy-covered cot- tage and the patter of little feet . . . can be seen ironing size 1516 shirts . . . bridge enthusiast . . . "E1ieryone must serve in his own way." Newman Clubg Finance Committeeg Na- tional Students Associationg Tower Lightg Student Government Association represen- tativeg Class activities. ffl 1 . ANNA MARIE HANSON Elementary Annie . . . "Anyone want a cup of coffee?" . . . busy bee . . . has special interests in the medical profession . . . admires the art collection in Newell 5 . . . "The day is always his who works in it with sincerity and great aims." Kappa Delta Pig Glen Playersg Future Teachers of Americag Inter-Faith Councilg Wesley Club, secretary, treasurerg Inter- national Relations Clubg Class activities. 'xu WAYNE R. HARMAN Elementary "Buckshot" . . . Hampstead's hero . . "Little Doc" . . . bit the dust last Iune . . . liked student teaching . . . Little Leaguer . . . appreciates a dry soccer field and a weak center half . . . hopes to and a future in coaching . . . cherubic grin . . . no water battle is complete without him. . . All American . . . "Do nothing in excess." Future Teachers of America: Basketball: Baseballg Soccer. Co-Captain. ' r Q ' t. wi. BEATRICE EDITH HARRIS Kindergarten-Primary Bea . . . "Cad."' . . . enthusiastic bowler . . . makes the knitting needles fly . . . plans to read all the books on her "waiting listl' and travel besides . . . likes new experi- ences, cashew nuts, and Kartoffelkloesse . . . "You name it and 1'Il be interestedf' Lutheran Students Associationg Future Teachers of Americag International Rela- tions Clubg Class activities. - HUGH C. HARRIS ,lunior High Hugh . . . "I think l'll take the open car todayil . . . "Why?" . . . "lust arenit enough pinoelzle players around anymore" . . . is comfortable in old army clothes . ... radar units are a nuisance . . . can be found in Sonny's cellar or Al's Petroleum Emporium . . . the author and illustrator of the Solomons Island Confidential. JOYCE ELAINE HARRIS Elementary Gus . . . "That reminds me of a joken . .. frequents West Dorm TV room . . . always empties ashtrays after I2 a.m .... dislikes Gladiolis and Georgian furniture . . . fu- ture plans include a hfth or sixth grade in P. C. County . . . "Do it yourselfg then j'0ll.l'8 above reproachf, Orchestra. Lihrarian: Wesley Cluh. Stu- dent Covernment Representative: Student Christian Associationg Tower Light: Class activitiesg Electives. SHIRLEY A. HARTWELL Junior High Shirl . . . ul can't believe student teaching is overi' . . . a nine week vacationist . . . another one off to Hawaii . . . lilfes fenc- ing . . . has a flair for art . . . a dance decorator . . . usually in the Centre . . . understanding . . . 'IA friend in need is a friend indeed."' Freshman Advisory Council: Class activ- ities. tc SANDRA SUE HOFFMASTER Elementary Sandy . . . "Guess what? l'm going to an- other meetingv . . . found student teaching to be TOPS . . . neat with a needle . . . loves to travel. . .a conscientious student Future Teachers of America, treasurer, vice-president. presidentg Lutheran Stu- dents Association. treasurerg Gamma Theta Upsilong Kappa Delta Pig Freshman Ad- visory Councilg Student Christian Asso- ciation. DONALD HOFLER Junior High Don . . . Hllll get it hnishedq don,t worryv . . . plans to do graduate work . . . a Ce- ography madman . . . track star . . . a Groom major . . . Uncle Sam may call . . . he wowed 'em at Roland Park . . . had his share of troubles in the dorm. All College Councilg Gamma Theta Up- silong Freshman Executive Councilg Men's Residence Council, presidentg Varsity Track Team, captain. CARL HOLDEFER Elementary CB .... "Come on you Baltimore Colts" . . . wants the television in East dorm taken away . . . hopes to attain a masters degree in administration . . . can be found in Creerfs . . . "Things have to be better nanciallyg they can't be worse than the past four yearsf' Student Centre, treasurerg Veterans Or- ganization, treasurerg Wrestlingg Class activities. was-vp no HARRIET HONIKBERG Kindergarten-Primary Henny . . . "See ya' round like a dough- nut" . . . petite and vivacious . . . plans marriage to an M.D,-To-Be . . . familiar sight in Glen Players Room . . . Emily in "Our Townu . . . "Life is happy if you are." Glen Players, secretaryg Editor-in-chief of "The Publicationwg Alpha Psi Omega: Freshman Executive Council: Kappa Delta Pig Freshman Advisory Councilg Student Government Association, Class activities. ELAINE HUNDERTMARK Elementary Elaine . . . "Oh, gosh!" . . . "Really?" . . . hopes to live in an ocean home with her husband, Tick . . . wants to teach pupils how lo think . . . can be found in West E26 or the Towson Teen Centre . . . likes to play the fiddle and draw when time per- mits . . . "There,s a psychological reason for all human behaviorf' Orchestra, Lutheran Students Association, Class activities. EMILIE MARIE JANATA Elementary Emilie . . . upper-half of the farvis-Janata Piano Duo . . . extensive vocabulary . . . pleasant and easy going . . . music is her specialty . . . "Oh, you can do it', . . . dis- liked those problem classes while student teaching . . . a certain interest in phar- macy. Clee Cluhg Student-Faculty Talent Com- mittee. ,XI Sr at VIVIAN MAE JARRELL Elementary' Vit Y... vital. riracious. valuable . . . lfeeps up with the g'Creyhountls" . . . "Col- lee :lay-how ,bout thati' . . . capable prexy . . . a "Hi therefi' for everyone . . . enthusiast over early American items . . Cary plus teaching equals happiness. WOIIIEIIQS Residence Council. Student Cov- ernment Association representative. vice- president. president: Freshman Advisory Council: Attendance Committee: Tower Echoes: Womenis Athletic Association. vice-president. Newman Club: Marshalls: Class activities. as 1 +G' BESSIE DOLORES JENKINS Elementary Dee . . . "l rlonlt care" .... sheis in Elis room'. . . lzelieres commuting: antl eight o'clot'lr classes alon't nzix . . . haunts math classes . . . enjoys zcorhing with young people . . . "is she hi:ltling" . . . "Every- thing irill he all fl.,Lflll.u Future Teachers of America: lnternational Relations Clulw: Wesley Club: Electives. JOHN JOSEPH JONES Junior High Smiling .laclf . . . flancing enthusiast . . . frientl of all . . . 'l'ou'son's nomination for Academy Award . . . one of class' hardest icorlfers . . . effercescent personality. Clee Club: Menls Chorus: Freshman Ad- visory Council: Student Senate: Glen Players: Jr.-Sr. Men's Club: All College Council: Class activities. NORMA JEAN KALKREUTH Elementary Coos . . . another habitue of the Club . . . usually with Bob . . . planning a summer zcerltling . . . twelve mitlnighl comes loo soon . . . poisetl and neat . . . a sports spectator at S.T.C .... easy going . . . liuetl on the wing . . . generally content with most things. Clee Cluh: Tower Echoes: Class activ- ities. ANN EMILY KATENKAMP Kindergarten-Primary Katy . . . good natured soul who gets along with everyone . . . loves to tallr, laugh, and have a good time . . . "good griefli' . . . lfnown for her unique hand- writing . . . g'Laugh it off-if you canf, Student Christian Association Choir: Glen Playersg Hostess Clubg Future Teachers of Americag Lutheran Students Associa- tiong Glee Clubg Sports electivesg Class activities. Sul W9- WANDA KELLER Elementary Diddy . . . enthusiastic teacher-Frederick County bound . . . noted for her cooking and baking talents-lucky guy! . . . sweet and even-tempered . . . doesnlt believe in rushing things . . . avid supporter of West Hall . . . loves the peace of country life . . . "Be the best of whatever you are.', Future Teachers of America: Glee Club: Collegiate 4--H Club. secretary: Sports electives: Class activities. X. . '. .1-' 75k 1 , Q 3 MERREEN KELLY Junior High Kel . . . 5'Oh-the bloclrlq . . . enjoys Anirnafs songs, Al's and 01's art gallery and Li: . . . a party boy . . . tall. thin and neat . . . "The world is only as bad as you make it Olll to be.'7 Junior-Senior lVlen's Club: lVIen's Resi- dence Council. treasurer: Tennis team. 3. MICHAEL PHILIP KENNEDY Junior High Milfe . . . "As a matter of fact" . . . always really for a party . . . enjoys a day on the courts . . . sense of humor. . . one of Does men a tennis racquet fmfl 11 '37 Plymouth . . . The Club . . . Easters in Florida . . . an asset to S.T.C. and to the Class of '57, Freshman Advisory Council. vice-presi- cient: Mens Athletic Association. secre- tary: Menls Residence Council. Student Government Association representative: Varsity Tennis and Basketball: Class ac- tivities. 5 l XX' T x BX X .sw X X xx xxx xxxx Xxxx Nxxxxxxxxx it ws S ' ... S N Qt N4 Q as n". X - ,Q .WWW U Sl 5 ls s'l X A 19, l N X .xx I ' gx . www Qxxxxxxxv X X sXXXXXXXx W X xxxxxwl' X' , xx? A XS NKXXXX MARGARET ELIZABETH KENT Elementary Li: . . . eagerly anticipating leaching . . . interested in Girl Scouting . . . Versatile . . . appreciates good music anal a good orchestra . . . altcays busy . . . sewing, painting and reading occupy much of time . . . "Life is yours to live: live it fully and succ'essfully.', Inter-Faith Council. secretary: Marshals. president: Class activities. KAY RUBIN KERSHMAN Jumor High lxay sueet smile pleasant and bright personality hopes to be a suc eessful teacher clear eyes and com pleuon short but mighty one of those u ho transferred to Teachers College appruzates the company of ood friends T IREN E KLAFF Kindergarten-Primary Renee . . . pixie . . . "Ah, soil' . . . happy go lucky . . . prefers a quiet evening with Morty or giggling with roomies . . . fidel- ity . . . frequents the Glen Players, room . . . winning smile . . . makes a hobby of people . . . her beard was becoming . . . "Live each day and night to the fullest." Glen Playersg Alpha Psi Omegag Class activities. 1' Elementary Mary Lou Very good thinks 8 0 clock classes should be outlawed e girl with the pleasant smile and long eye lashes Where are my car keys? friendly and enthusiastic member of the Homecoming Court often seen in Student Centre plans made or mar ned life Newman Club Freshman Advisory Coun cll Class treasurer secretary Class ac txvlties Tower Eehoes .XXX ,R N , .A . X t, Y... Lfr. u .... t D . r pxxlx -..... N l l ,.j - A g ing x if ' i ' . N Q f Y. 1 A Q g MARY LOUISE KROH A I ' ...th -.R . ' . V' Vli. I '- 'ii JOYCE KRONTHAL Kindergarten-Primary A completely fleziotetl wife . . . "lt is just fabulousw . . . tarzlyl tarrly! . . . enjoys a day with her hushantl anywhere . . . an attractive morlel . . . 'gThings will always turn. out right in the enrl." Jewish Students Association. KOULA KATHRYN LALLAS Elementary lxay . . . "That's too much."' . . . lilies to see our "Tigers"'in action . . . at home in any pinochle game . . . lfnown for her wonrlerful party before her tleparture to Greece . . . plans another trip abroarl . . . never far from the Sturlent Centre . compromising is an easy effort when it comes to frienrlship. W'omen's Electives: Class activities. IRIS VIRGINIA LANGDON Elementary Iris . . . center of any group . . . attractive and ratlio-active . . . connoisseur of clothes styles . . . tloes a minimum of prep- aralion anrl gels the maximum of results . . . wit . . . "the power to evolfe laughter by remarks showing swift perceptionn . . . "The Club." Tower Echoes. -4'-.1 I 5 , I Z' XQ MAUREEN FRANCES LEE Elementary "Hi" . . . always in a rush . . . plays a big hass jiflflle . . . easily reaches those high notes . . usually founal sleeping in the library . . . enjoys S.T.C. tlances anrl jam sessions . . . yearns to travel ahroatl . . . "Give the worlrl the best that you hare. anrl the hes! will rome back to you." Orrhestra. secretary. treasurer: Class an tivities. YE N ms Qxtsqa XY xx xXx' 65 il-Sl St S ff x s .se A ,AQ . - '1 '. S- fx 'na Q 3' 9 s Q' ' ' si' is .S AX9 - 4'-1 C: BRUCE LEWIS Junior High Towsonls Toynlzee . . . appreciates an en- lightening conversation . . . past master of pantomime .... S turlent Centre habitue . . . tlrawer of extravagant comparisons . . . impeccable taste . . . test checker par excellence . . . a rlehnite flair for humor . . . rleals with matters from the sublime to the ritliculous .... s abject matter is the panacea for erlucational ills . . . "Co- gito, ergo sumf' Soccer. JANE MASON LILLEY Elenientary .lane . . . our erlitor . . busy hee . . . l',Yltl'fl-t'lII'Ptl lJflllt'SIlIlII'tl . . . neatness per- sonifierl . . . collector of -,UQ shoes . . . Sngrfj. I , a goof! thing in a small Ilf1f'lf0t1l' , l , ll,-f smile would melt iron chains . . . Intnrlle of energy . . . a lover of music. Canterbury Clulu. president: lnter-Faith Count-ilg Favulty-Sturlent Assemlily Com- mittee: Tower Evlioes. Editor: Class ac- tivities: lflectives. LUDRICK WEBB LINKOUS Junior High Lou . . . "For to me, to live is Christl' . . . enjoys fellowship of friends . . . always carries a New Testament . . . "Anybody want a cup of eojfee?,' . . . talkative in a quiet sort of way, blunt in a nice sort of way. Gamma Theta Upsilong Kappa Delta Pig Baptist Student Union. vice-president, president: lnter Varsity Christian Fellow- ship. Student Government Association representative. VIRGINIA ANN LONG Elementary Ginny . . . "Oh, those big brown eyes."' . . . proud possessor of the Royal Mace of Norfolk . . . neat anal sweet . . . nimble sewing fingers . . . enjoys those visits to "Crabtown" . . . cheery smile . . .frequent visitor to Gus anrl Mirnils . . . "Every- thing happens for the best." Wesley Clubg Student Christian Associa- tiong Class activities: Student Govern- ment Association Handbook Committeeg Student-Faculty Committee. FLORENCE LUCAS Elementary Luke . . . "Are you sure about that?,' . . . a conscientious student and a lighthearted companion . . . fortunately enjoys her cul- inary chores . . . a seasoned alcove occu- pier . . . enjoys a "shoes off, evening at home . . . looks forward to some time to spend with her husband . . . "Take life one day at a time and look out for yourself." Future Teacher's Associationg Gamma Theta Upsilong Curriculum Committee: Women's Athletic Association. JOHN FRANCIS LYNCH - Elementary lack . . . loves to talk . . . "Co to war!" . . . always has a meeting to attend . . . run right to Reed via the Baltimore-Wash ington Parkway . . . "Goodnight nurse."' Glen Players, treasurer: Freshman Advi- sory Councilg Glee Club: All College Council: Tower Echoes, literary editor: Alpha Psi Omega, president: Class vice- president: Future Teachers of America. -1 -Gs rf. 0 fsiiiif ig ls JOYCE MARIE MAC CAULEY Elementary foyce . . . "Oh, Gussief' . . .-always neat . . . enjoys bowling . . . sincere . . . con- stantly announcing Ronala"s latest achieve- ment . . . has a friendly smile for every- one . . . future plans include a second grade classroom and marriage to Ron . . . '4Slow down and Iive.', Hostess Clubg Student Christian Associa- tiong Future Teachers of Americag Col- legiate 4-H Clubg Class activitiesg Elec- tives. JUNE LORINE MACAULEY Elementary .lane . . . ".l'en suis tres de'solc" . . . well known auburn hair . . . easily adaptable . . . would make a sensational South AIIIUFIIFUH senioritafl . . . rush, rush . . . travel-minded . . . fll'l'l.flPS time between Hopkins, l'. of Md.. "Mardi Crasl' and Richmond 207 . . . "Things happen for the best." Canterlwury Clulu. secretary: Freshman Ad- visory Council: Student Government As- sociation representative: Class social chair- man: Tower Echoes, Photography Com- mittee: Class activities. SALLY ANN MACK Elementary Sally . . . "Sol', . . . an active transfer from Wilson . . . has a unique plan for her masters from George Washington University . . . always willing to lend a helping lzand . . . lilfes music, cooking, hiking and Cobb lsland . . . "Whatever will be, will be." Future Teachers of America. Q We' is JANET MARIE MAHALEY Elementary lan . . . "Somebody up there lilies meln . . . likes to receive "Male', from Western Maryland . . , advocate of the "Stretch and Snap Principle" . . . dislikes music courses that require skill . . . "Miss Soft- ballv with the big, brown eyes. Freshman Executive Council: Freshman Advisory Council: Womenls Residence Councilg Women's Athletic Association, bowling manager, historian: Towerlightg Lutheran Students Association. secretary: Student Government Association, secre- tary: Home-Coming Court: Chairman of Leadership Conference: Kappa Delta Pi. l PHYLLIS HENSCHEN MANRN Elementary Phil . . . jolly laugh . . . eyes twinkle con- stantly . . . "Let7s go home."' . . . got her M.R.S. before her B.S .... sailing en- thusiast . . . travel in her plans . . . one of the "Three Musketeers." Class activitiesg Electives. 'K 1 . MADELINE MARCHIONE Kindergarten-Primary Maddy . . . "Oh, reallyll' . . . a chocolate milkshalfe and a good book, and she is in heaven I . . usually quiet, but every now and then . . . she really is Angelo's twin. Future Teachers of America: International Relations Club, secretary, Student Gov- ernment Association representativeg New- man Club: Class activities. ROGER LINWOOD MARKS Junior High Rag . . . "There's something wrong with the system" . . . Rah Mar, the eficiency expert . . . accomplished pianist. Clee Club, vice-president, treasurerg Fu- ture Teachers of Americag Student Chris- tian Associationg Freshman Advisory Councilg Men's Chorusg Men,s Residence Council, social directorg Class activities. RAEANN BOONE MARTIN Kindergarten-Primary Rae . . , "Oh, really."' . . . slow to anger . . . understanding . . . music lover . . . hobbies include singing, photography. and collecting records . . . quiet, yet cheerful and sociable . . . plans to malfe a home for her husband and teach lrindergarten or second grade . . . lilies lo he with Willis . . . "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens mef' Phil. l:6 Student Christian Association: lnter-Var- sity Christian Fellowship: Student Chris- tian Association Choir. MARCIA A. MASTERS Junior High, Marcy . . . "This too shall pass" . . . June 30, 1957 is a date to lfeep in mind . . . likes those dinner and dancing dates . . . talking is her favorite hobby . . . usually seen with Marie . . . lilies original spell- ing . . . "Now, l found that my class worlfs very well in groupsw . . . friendly person who is very interesting. BERNARD MAZER Junior High Bernie . . . you can always find him in the lounge , . . collects unique sayings . . . music, especially by way of the piano, delights him . . . a pleasant disposition . . . "That that is, isg that that is not, is not." I. 1 EN in 5 CAROLE GRIM MCBRIEN Kindergarten-Primary Carole . . . "Oh welln . . . "Close those windowsln . . . enjoys coffee hours and Ears . . . pert, friendly, sweet . . . an April wedding . . . decorates a wicked Christmas tree . . . always ready to laugh . . . "l'll do it tomorrowf' Cheerleaders, treasurerg Freshman Ad- visory Councilg Lutheran Students, As- sociation, treasurer: Class ollicer, Student Government Association representative, Class treasurerg Class activities: Residence H311 Social Committeeg Electives. -2 tl ,- REBECCA KAY MMYUTCHEON Kindergarten-Primary Becky . . . the quiet one . . . crazy 'hout Tigers . . . "How :lo you spell . . .?" . . . enjoys sutimming , . . Illllifllltfllill slinger . . . that "rocl."' blinds you . . . hates to sit still , . . "Have a hall!" . . . future plans inclurle a lune iverlrling and a .hrst or second grade in Frerlericlf. Sports electives: Wlomeifs Athletic Asso- ciation: Dormitory Social Committee: Class activities. HUGH C. MCGUIRE Junior High Fireplug . . . "Good-goo-ga-moo-gaw . . . the most happy fella . . . future principal of Poly . . . "Let's have a party at our placev , . . entertains in Student Centre- Shearing style . . . gung-ho . . . enjoys History Department Democrats . . . Core? . . . wants baby girls that look like Franny. Newman Clubg Veterans Organization, Student Government Association repre- sentative: Freshman Class representative to Student Government Associationg Class activitiesg Intramurals. SALLY SAPOCH MENGEL Elementary Sal . . . recruit from Boston U .... dotes on Dr. Charlie and Cheryl Lynn . . . dishes, dusting and diapers keep her busy . . . still has time to raise a little mischief . . , late to bed and early to rise . . . spends off hours in Richmond 300 . . . "The life of a wife of a medicineman is no leisurely one.', MELVIN METZGER Junior High Mel . . . the nervous one.. . . wants to marry Mary . . . would like to be an en- gineer someday . . . a laugh all his own . . . one of the block busters . . . member of the working set. Art Clubg Junior-Senior Men's Cluhg Men's Chorusg Veterans' Organizationg Class activities. "NLD- L SARANNA C. MILLER Sammy . . . "lt can't be time to get up."' . . . likes to stay up all night before a test . . . always ready for a gab-session . . . boosting school spirit . . . wedding bells ring in lune . . . excitable lassie . . . "The best is yet to come." Cheerleaders, treasurer, president: Fresh- man Advisory Councilg Newman Club: Class activities. l SYDNEY LOIS MILLER Kindergarten-Primary Syd . . . mistakenly called Mister . . . a pizza and Harry complete her life . . . enjoys piano playing and Broadway shows . . . flexible features . . . certainly a well- rounded personality . . . plans to marry Harry . . . "lf not today-tomorrowf' Clee Club, Student Government Associa- tion representative. EDMUND LEE MITZEL Junior High Mit: . . . the whistler . . . "l've got work to do" . . . library habitue . . . college professorship in his future . . . pleasant disposition . . . "A man's reach should exceed his grasp." Gamma Theta Upsilon. vice-president. Student Government Association repre- sentative: Kappa Delta Pi. president. first vice-president: Track team. xx ' XXX ' W N xx xw AX KXXM 'Xxxxmxxxx A t s X Nh Xx- .,.- S .sr Q swine X - ,Q wrist v QV W Q ,S Q V A Y 'W XXX x Xxxxxxxxvxxx N AXXWN X xx X xW A u .xxxxx0 KAREN MONTGOMERY Elementary Karen . . . "Let,s go lzomel' . . . simply loves lo ride the slreetcars . . . hopes to have a large family . . . likes swimming, traveling and sportscars . . . an ant fiend . , . always ready for a good argument in History of Education . . . has a very friend- ly personality . . . was crazy about those American history classes . . . "Freedom. equality and the Democratic partyf, qsx 'Dx ti BARBARA HARMONY MOORE Barbara lane . . . 'For heaven's sakev always dresses neatly and erpecls others to do the same knows how to handle those kids frequent visitor to Newport Rhode Island favors being uzth Tom To be happy try to make other people happy Future Teachers of Amerlca Freshman Advlsory Councll Colleglate 4-H Club 'T f , BERYL OHEN MOORE Elementary Beryl . . . cute and petite . . . "That's fab- ulous" . . . frequently found over a bridge table in the Student Centre . . . commut- ing has its problems . . . will teach for a year in North Carolina . . . thinks hus- bands are wonderful inventions . . . T.V. fan . . . "Never worry about insigniihcant things, life is too short, so enjoy it to its fullestf' Jewish Students, Association. gf- Pi HARRY MOORE Elementary Mr Smiley the poppa who hopes to be an administrator Tsk' Tsk' Those awful map questions Dean of Towson s sportswriters enjoys being married to Pat also a good ball game well known as well as liked All College Councll Baseball team Bap tlst Students Unlon Mens Athletlc As soclatlon president Tower Echoes Tower Light sports edltor Veterans Organlza txon WS N . W . ,, an 1 K 5 V. I-,mass ,, '.-., ' 4 wx -...., X , I : A: A . .: . - Q gxxxxwyw V Q U W . ....., S . . . . . . l -. . . l n 3. Z Q A. PATRICIA COCKRELL MOORE Elementary Pat . . . "0h.' no, not another ball gamev . . . plans more Moores after teaching . . . likes being married to Harry . . . sunny disposition . . . an unusual combination of beauty and brains . . . a bright smile and a twinkle. Kappa Delta Pig Wesley Clubg Home- coming Courtg Class officer, day social chairman, Student Government Associa- tion representative. flu., CLARENCE ALBERT MOREY JR Junior High unique person who lzltes early classes known as a tease likes music meet ings mealtzmes and marriage Get in there and ght' Freshman Advlsory Council Gamma Theta Upsllon president Kappa Delta P1 second vice president National Stu dents Association campus travel director Orchestra president Veterans Orgamza tion treasurer Class officer Student Cow ernment ASSOCIBIIOII representatne Fac ulty Student Talent Committee Faculty Student Curriculum Comm1ttee JOY S. MOREY Elementary Joy . . . "Where's Al?H . . . "Oh noll' always in the alcove or the library . . . enjoys music, travel, sewing and especially her husband . . . good disposition, but needs her sleep . . . dislikes waiting . . . staunch believer in the self-reliance theory. Future Teachers of Americag Gamma Theta Upsilon, recording secretaryg Kap- pa Delta Pig Orchestra. JOAN MORROW Elementary Jeanie hopes to teach the fourth or fifth grade will spend part of the summer in New York likes to get to gether with a group of good friends can be found quite frequently at the Hill top Diner loves to write verse wrote the class song Life is what you make of it "-Q6 T mxs V W X sew 9 S x-3 I- ,- 5.4 V is g. S - HS L "W AXXS we Xml 9. --1 tx-'ix Y i .S a ,... '."4 All lthz glzt-fl., 'A t, . ' F X., .h A im Q' 139 iY",l!!.av MICHAEL JOHN MOSTAKIS Junior High Mike . . . such eyes . . . enjoys boating and singing . . . send him on a cruise down the Bay, and helll be happy . . . re- liable, resourceful and friendly to all. Gamma Theta Upsilong Glee Clubg Kappa Delta Pig Veterans, Organization. ly- ' CHARLES CARROLL MOULTON Elementary Molt . . . "That,s the way the ball bounces' . . . a quiet. mild manner . . . enjoys danc- ing, reading and eating . . . looking for- ward to his teaching career . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . a sports enthusiast . . . "What will be will be." Tennis team. BARBARA MIRIAM NATHANSON Kindergarten-Primary Barb . . . "Tell me about it" . . . lives for weekends . . . enjoys dining and dancing . . . dabbles in paints in an effort to ex- press herself . . . a cheerful word for all . . . enjoyable company . . . dislikes peo- ple who ridicule . . . flexibility is her key word. 'T' We-...i THERESA MARIE NEAS Junior High Marie . . . "This is the endu . . . likes those week-ends in New .lersey . . . poetry, dancing and music take up a great deal of her time . . . known for her dance recitals in gym . . . "1 don't like to carry books, so I tear the books apart and carry only the pages" . . . "What will be, will be." 155 ELIZABETH LEE NOBLE Elementary Netty . . . "Oh, shoot" . . . the duty girl . . . quiet, sedate and sincere . . . enjoys the company of her friends . . . likes Col- lege Park and football games . . . another Club member . . . writing letters and meeting new people keep her busy and interested . . . you name itg she can do it . . . "Live and let live." Marshals, secretary, presidentg Newman Clubg Class activitiesg Electives. sa , 4 AVIS ANN NOCK Elementary Elvis . . . "fm not getting anywhere" . . second man on F.T.A.'s totem pole . . . found behind the big desk in 210 . . . hopes to tour Europe . . . prim and proper . . . thoughtful and sweet . . . 4'Where do we go from here?" Future Teachers of America, vice-presi- dentg Chairman of Alumni Teag Class ac- tivities. L.. A '9' 4 t 'hr NANCY LEE NORMINE Elementary Nasty . . . the Ocean City girl . . . viva- cious blond . . . member of the Club or Centre crowd . . . loves Progressive lazz . . . enjoys the company of sincere friends . . . a private studio in the dorm . . . has the courage of her convictions . . . seen at every ball game. Cheerleaders, publicity directorg Glee Clubg Tower Echoes, assistant art editorg Class activities. JOSEPH NOTARANGELO JR. Junior High foe . . . "l just blocked another one" . . . "Core,s got to gov . . . great lover of an argument . . . usually winds up with fool- in-moutlz disease . . . countenance varies from a smile to a laugh . . . loan's house . . . good nalurerl and easy to please . . . a stay-at-home . . . "There are Iwo kinds of people, the good ones and the Repub- licansf' Men's Athletic Association. BARBARA R. NYCE Junior High Barb . . . S . . . Dean Nyce . . . takes pride in Marie . . . organizer extraordinaire . . . "Courage, Camillen . . . parks her broom at Pat's, the Hurts' . . . class cutting, 2 A.M. concerts and dance in struction her specialties. Newman Club: Electives, Tower Echoes, Attendance Committee: Freshman Advi- sory Council, president, Student Govern- ment Association representative: Women's Residence Council, social chairman, vice- presidentg Women's Athletic Association. 41" fin NANCY ANN OCKER Elementary Nan . . . '4All right, kiddies, 1,11 play your silly game" . . . frank, clever, cute and efficient . . . she rang the fire bell at 2 A.M .... likes someone else to pick up the tab . . . plans to follow Tony. Freshman Advisory Councilg Kappa Delta Pig Student Christian Association Chhoirg Tower Echoes. associate editorg Wesley Club, corresponding secretaryg Women,s Residence Council, fire marshal, Class officer, Student Government Association representativeg Class activities. -'Cb MARY JOAN NORRIS O'HARA Elementary Mary .lo or lo . . . a "Marlin for week- ends at the Naval Academy . . . our very own class choreographer . . . an alumna of the Richmond penthouse . . . "Well, listenl" . . . wedding bells in Feb- ruary . . . a special yen for shrimp salad sandwiches . . . forever turning over a new leaf . . . fashion wise . . . gets along with anyone and everyone. Newman Clubg Freshman Advisory Coun- cilg Clee Clubg Class activities. P 'E-'I-Va Y , 41 A?-"fi1"i. ., L ' .-if-rf : '3:f'.1-rflwf' , . , - 'iii ., '1. jul Q ..Ei.x.i j' '-'gT,f i- fi-' 1' as Ce' 11. iii-gs., . , 31 Ei, cizj -fbias. aiawlia asm -Q. ROBERT W. OLIVER Junior High Bob . . . Doe McCleary's understudy . . . "You play, l'll ref" . . . bound for honey- moon in. Ireland . . . chin . . . own art gallery . . . "I don't have to search for Bridey Murphy, I have found her." Gamma Theta Upsilong Newman Clubg Men's Residence Council, secretaryg In- tramurals: Varsity soccerg Tower Echoes, business managerg Junior-Senior Men's Club. LANE EARL ORANDLE Elementary Lane . . . "That's the way it goes" . . . friendly, even to strangers . . . dislikes elaborate lesson plans . . . enjoys swim- ming, running, sleeping, and listening to music . . 1 could do without those eight olclock classes . . . would like to have a family and teach sixth graile . . . dreams of sunshine, cool water, and soft music . . . "Life is worth living." Track team. 1.1. '4Ig ' ?f',' T7 il i"4"1F 6 WILLIAM BROOKE OWINGS Junior High Snarj . . . "Whatever that means" . . . clever witticisms . . . will marry the ed. and teach Core in Baltimore County . . . knows the pin boy . . . always on lop in wrestling matches . . . actually enjoys rock and roll music . . . kept his block awake . . . Life with him won't be dull, lane. Varsity Tennis and Wrestling: Junior Varsity Soccer. BETTY PHILLIPS PARKS Junior High Betty . . . "Won't Friday ever come?,' . . . always has to know why . . . reserves Wednesday night to receive that phone call . . . "the one from the shorew . . . keeps the postman busy. Future Teachers of America. Student Government Association representative: Student Christian Association. recording secretary: Hostess Club. vice-president: Wesley Club. vice-president: Gamma Theta Upsilon, treasurerg Collegiate 4-H Clubg Sports electives. f' l - KATHRYN YVONN E PETERSON Kindergarten-Primary Kippy . . . that Oklahoma accent will get them every time . . . a diamond made Christmas just sparkle . . . bubbly and cheerful . . . "Oh, nolw . . . special interest in Phi Sigma Kappa at College Park . . . takes great delight in changing the room around every week! . . . the only student with a real Western "Davy Crockettl' coat . . . "The best is yet to come."' Orchestra: Wesley Club: Gamma Theta Upsilong Freshman Advisory Council. f 'U' A 4' . , . ,.Y' MARY ELLEN PLACHT Kindergarten-Primary Ellen . . . enjoys tea time in the Stu- dent Centre . . . a Western Maryland transfer . . . "Well, that was a waste of time!" . . . always looks as if she stepped out of a fashion magazine . . . ready any ROBERT JOSEPH PETZA Elementary Bob . . . nls it for me?,' . . . enjoys the company of good friends . . . hopes to work in Educational Television and Thea- tre . . . usually found in the number 7 Green Room . . . the Marionette man . . . a help to all. Future Teachers of America: Glen Play- ers, historian, Student Government Asso- ciation representativeg Alpha Psi Omegag Assembly Committee: Student Centre Di- rectory, secretaryg Class activities. lt'-I X PATRICIA ANN PHILLIPS Kindergarten-Primary Pat . . . "Bless your old sweet heart" . . . she's either Crocheting or cooking break- fast for the H.S.U.ers . . . likes the Regis- trar's ofice . . . Venezuela plus Bryan equal her future . . . busy, but friendly. Baptist Students' Union. vice-president, state. presidentg Future Teachers of Amer- icag Marshals, Student Government As- sociation representativeg Residence Hall Social Committee: Student Christian As- sociation, Kappa Delta Pig Class activi- ties. time for a trip to Charleston, South Caro- lina . . . likes those Citadel men! . . . will be a Marine wife in the fall . . . "Every- thing happens for the best." sw,- as EDITH V. PIERCE Junior High Edie . . . "Yes, 1'm from the North."' . . . appendicitis in midst of jirst nine weeks of student teaching . . . a Sigma Pi Epsilon from New Hampshire . . . happy hours spent in Dr. Hathaway's choir . . . easy going and poised . . . "lt's sure to come out all right in the end, but in the mean- time, I worry." Glee Clubg Student Christian Association. P- , RONALD H. POWELL Junior High Ronny . . . quiet and unassuming . . . en- joys traveling and challenging experiences . . . one of the silent members of the block . . . an antique collector and auction finder . . . looking forward to 'teaching English ana' History in lunior High . . . a good listener . . . "Life is long, if it is full." 9 0 PATRICIA ANN POWERS Kindergarten-Primary Pat . . . "Anybody want a "sub" . . . never heard anybody talk so fast . . . "My gond- ness" . . . check with our conscience. Student Christian Associationg Future Teachers of America: Tower Light, ex- change editorg Class activitiesg Sports electives. L, 'Q' X- ' - , Z 0 fDs . I, Ns- DOROTHY ANN PUTMAN Elementary Duff . . . "Gee, l'm glad it's Fridayln . . . one of the Rowdies . . . do you always talk in your sleep? . . . proprietor . . . always laughing . . . crazy Christmas par- ties . . . has dijiculty in getting to class on time . . . on weekends can be found at Phil's house . . . plans to teach in Fred- ericlc. Cheerleaders, Student Government Asso- ciation representativeg Lutheran Students' Associationg Sports electives: Class ac- tivities. G v' IRIS RAYFIELD Kindergarten-Primary felly Bean . . . "Have you seen Bobby?" . . . always keeping .secrets . . . unpredict- able disposition . . . "fm so tirerlfn . . . Sleinbeclf fan . . . lilies the combination of Bobby and "Frankie" . . . does research on basic instincts . . . future college pro- fessor's wife and a .Nursery School . . . "Who so would be a man Illusl lie a non- C0f1fOflIl1.Si.-Q-R. Emerson. lnter-Faith Council. treasurer: Jewish Students' Association. treasurer: Class ac- tivities. Xxx' xxx! XXX Y Q W K X xx xx' AXE KXXM xmxxxxxxxx ' x -ww S X SS Ns slim XX xt 3 x. X U sx A ss X ss" 5 shift N .x ws E N Xxxx Rv X 3 X Qxxxxxxw XXX R XXXXXXXN X xx ww X N u xxxxxx N Xxx. X E w .XX ,pm t.- ...XXX xx X,- rms N S- - x gn s PEARL GRIFFIN REED Elementary Pearl . . . transfer from Salisbury State Teachers College . "Lel's not be con- descending", . . . straight forward, frank . . . interested in draniatics . . . always eager lo participate in open class discus- sions . . . enjoys being with friends . . . future plans include teaching in Baltimore County and traveling abroad . . . "Admire individuality in people, and lead a life that is filled with new people, places and situationsf, +I K fvnh F 'Z' ROBERTA FRANCES REED Junior High Bert . . . ul don,t hardly knowlv . . . un- predictable . . . coffee, a cigarette and the company of good friends delight her . . . a whiz at Math . . . ,lack and P. C. County in her future . . . always behind the scenes . . . crafty . . . Did you make that, too? Alpha Psi Omega: Glen Players. presi- dent: Tower Echoes: Class activities. Pte.. K " 19" ' l x 145 ROBERT JOSEPH REMOLDE Elementary Bob . . . the courtly -critic . . . "Horse- feathersn . . . likes Charles, pipe tobacco . . . marriage, a Masters and a family in his future . . . adept in the dark room . . . a hlibustering philosopher . . . especially enjoys an evening with Helen . . . always smiling . . . "Let,s enjoy life." Clee Clubg Menls Chorus. 3 WALTER E. HEUSCHLINU Junior High Walt . . . "This parking problem has got to go" . P. . "But daylight saving time doesn't start until tomarrow" . . . only has a good time when the chaperones are on the other side of the room . . . always seems to find a mole hole to put his foot in . . . "With the help of a rich uncle, I'll always make out." Lutheran Students, Associationg Veterans Organization. ELISE L. REUTTER Kindergarten-Primary Elise . . . "Aqualiner', from Maryland! . . . her conversation leaves you breath- less . . . "cute child" . . . always ready for a good laugh . . . extracurricular activities include ,lack and more lack! .' . . . sports enthusiast . . . wants a weekend away from it all . . . "Don't do today what you can put of 'til tomorrow. Live life while you can." an '13 MARY JOAN ROBB Elementary Mary lo . . . "Cripes."' . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . dislikes too nzuch work and slow people . . . usually found in front of the T.V. set . . . always ready for a good water battle . . . eager con- versationalist . . . "Always be an optimist -never look b!lChT.,, Marshalsg Future Teachers of America: Dorm Social Committee: Wonlenls elec- tives. in CHRISTINE ROBERTS Kindergarten Primary Chris Really? I just want one senzester uithout eight ocloclrs wt it be kindergarten or rst grade? hopes to travel party party party Ocean City Loves to read Dont read it Ruth just type ill Canterbury Club Freshman Advleory Councll MIRIAM G REYNOLDS 5 ,K Elementary A member of the married set Ginger peachy Still waters run deep .N ASKK 1 AN XxXix N xxx .X ' S' l S A' 'x .sv R X X SQ5 .x-'WY S N ANNA ARIN xxxxXV' 7... A sxxx I ,. . lt ss - ,, Q . ' 'RQ .I ...Q n .II Q.: fi . . . . 5 oi v Lx. , friend to all . . . loves to laugh. Q Q 1 ' S t ' .- Sf l K A9 l . , 'N " S I , - Q. N ur. ' 'U - X, . .Q if r . . . . M - - ll X SALLY ROBERTS Elementary Sal . . . her hair is her crowning glory . . . perfect chairman of any group . . . member of the famous "Football Fourn . . . a smile and a cheery hello for every' one . . . the life of any party . . . "Life is what you make it.', Student Government Association, class representative, Freshman Advisory Coun- cilg Glen Players: Day Social Chairmang Class activities. HARRIET RODBELL Kindergarten-Primary Harr . . . "U.K., 0.K., letis go alreadyu . . . an. enervescenl lass who enjoys life in a congenial atmosphere . . . dislikes wait- ing . . . looking forward to leaching Kin- dergarten . . . her pastimes include bridge, pinoclzle, piano playing and listening to records. especially the "Ruin of Athensv . . . "Whatever will be. will be." CICS Cluli: lewish Students' Association: Electives. BARBARA ANN ROGERS Elementary Ann . . . kept West Dorm in a state of havoc , . . "l'm game-let's golv . . . class stevedore . . . natural athlete . . . always busy . . . likes Bernie and books . . . Miss Optimistic. Womenis Athletic Association. sports man- ager, president: Student Government As- sociationg Freshman Advisory Councilg Womenis Residence Council, parliamen- tariang Marshals: All-College Councilg Electives: Class activities. f NANCY THOMASSON ROGERS Elementary Nin . . . "Tally Hoi' . . . frequents the Glen Players, Room . . . grease paint and newsprint in her blood . . . "Lola" . . . Europe bound . . . in search of the silver lining. Alpha Psi Omegag Baptist Students' Uniong Photography Club, secretaryg Tower Light, news editor, Student Gov- ernment Association representativeg Glen Players, publicity directorg Tower Light Danceg Electivesg Class activities. ig, 3 DONALD LEE ROLLINS Elementary Rawls . . . Coach Killian's casual clutch hitter . . . loyal Yank footer . . . "How weak is that?" . . . relaxation personified . . . Student Centre preferred to classes . . . easy to laugh with . . . never give up . . . "Will educate the masses in spite of their refusal." Men's Chorusg Baseballg Basketball. :Aa 6 ""T."' GLADYS RORI Elementary Gig . . . '6Really?', . . . likes a slow game of tennis . . . Oh, that upper bunk! . . . quick spins in Beaclfs 6'Black Drag- on" . . . nightly dash to the ironing room . . . future plans include teaching elemen- tary school and touring Europe . . . "En- joy yourself, itis later than you tlzinkf' Newman Clubg Tower Echoes-sg Electives: Class activities. i 6 e X SHEILA ROSENFELD Kindergarten-Primary Sheil . . . '4lsn,t that right?', . . . easy going . . . loves those young children . . . likes to be with her husband . . . can al- ways be found playing bridge . . . her future plans include teaching and a family . . . "Que sera' sera'.', BEVERLY LOU RUEFFEL Kindergarten-Primary Bev . . . Ocean City enthusiast . . . "Yeal1?" . . . memlmr of the 206 Pinoclzle Club . . . a gem of a friend . . . talent for the Sivan Lake ballet? . . . ready for a snack any 'ole Iimef . . . ro-owner of Halloween lllnsks. lnc .... fun loving . . . "Do it l0ll10l'fl7ll'.' You made enough mis- takes today." Gamma Theta Upsilon: Class activities: Sports electives. JOAN EDYTHE RUNKLE Kindergarten-Primary loan . . . one of the Rowdies . . . "Anyone for a weekend on the Appalachian Trail?" . . . enjoys parties and dancing . . . "The Clubi' . . . attends annual Christmas party . . . a red coat . . . loves Easter in Fort Lauderdale, Florida . . . third year in 218 . . . situation easer. Sports electives: Hostess Club: Dorm Social Committee: Class activities. HELEN RYNARS Kindergarten-Primary "H" . . . rnirnicry is her speciality . . . 6'0h, you know!" . . . longs for a vaca- tion by the sea . . . keeps herself busy with scrabble. crossword puzzles, swim- ming and music . . . crowded buses and registration are woeful items to her . . . enjoys talking, rnilkshakes and pizzas . . . a friend to those in need. -rf -fp fs fr- W, an L,- ' -sr ELAINE SAYLOR Kindergarten-Primary Elaine . . . '61 can't do it nowg I have to go to a meetingn . . . the refreshment girl . . . haunts' Phyllis . . . early morning switchboard ooerator . . . level-headed and reliable . . . always ready for a laugh. Freshman Advisory Councilg Fu- ture Teachers of America, secretary, pres- identg Maryland Association of Future Teachers of America, presidentg Hostess Club, president: Student Christian Asso- ciationg Wesley Club. 'Gig DOROTHY SEIBERT Elementary Dot . . . "That'll be the day."' . . . lively . . . easy-going . . . keen sense of humor . . . rowdy . . . loves her quiet KPQ room- mates . . . enjoys dancing and being where Bob is . . . "You only live once! fl think!" . . . loves a hot Dixieland band . . . looking forward to keeping her fu- ture husband happy . . . 'food heavens." Class activities. fn RUTHYE MARIAN SHAPIRO Elementary Ruthye . . . always seems to be having trouble . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . "Do you know Dean Murphy?" v'- -.-Vgi I 's i I - M I - I . .1 . RITA CHAMISH SHEMER Kindergarten-Primary Rita . . . quiet and serene . . . a ring that wowed ,em in the Student Centre . . . an attractive lass who used to haunt Lower Lounge . . . " A friend in need is a friend indeed." ' , Jewish Students' Association. DOROTHY SHIPLEY Kindergarten-Primary Dot . . . sees a Mastefs Degree in the future . . . enjoys her family most of all . . . time passes swiftly and interestingly with her son . . . lilfes to swim . . , friendly to us all . . . "Try to make the most of itf, 'K ADELE ENTEN SIDLE Kinder arten-Primary' . . g - . K Delly . . . dislzlfes waiting . . . wants to be a good teacher . . . her husband and her apartment fulfll her dreams . . . success in any endeavor is her aim . . . appreciates good clothes . . . captivating eyes . . . a purpose in all she does. Jewish Students' Association. I-. eve. lg, 7 ' S- Q' ELEANOR SNYDER Elementary El . . . "Thor,s coming over toniten . . Deels other half . . . another Math admirer . . . Is' that car coming or going? . . . dislikes midnite's early arrival . . . sin- cere . . . watch that temper . . . card player and bowling enthusiast . . . "fm gonna be richf' Future Teachers of Americag Interna- tional Relations Club. fs- 1 'Q SHIRLEY ANN SNYDER Kindergarten-Primary Shirley . . . enjoys cooking and Crocheting . . . quiet, with a smile for everyone . . . pet peeve-people who wait until- 9:00 to take pictures out of the library . . . always in the "Doghouse,' . . . known for prac- ticing nearly to bed and early to risen . . . u-ill marry Bill and teach first grade at Jessup . . . "Life is what you make it." Hostess Club: Student Christian Associa- tlon. MELVIN ALFONSO SOBOLESKI Junior High Mel . . . "Sure', . . . "Rack time!" . . . known for sleeping, his favorite pastime . . . especially likes Science and airplanes . . . friendly . . . plans a fune wedding to another teacher . . . "The best life is mar- ried life." Junior-Senior Men's Clubg Men's Chorusg Cross Country and Indoor Track teamsg Newman Club. Qt -JZ. VADA SORFLATEN .l un ior High Vadie . . . "If I had a brain, 1'd be dan- gerous" . . . her bright smile and bub- bling personality enhance any group . . . looks forward to summers at Rehobeth Beach . . . hopes to teach the 7th grade in Montgomery County . . . finds it diji- cult to make those eight o'clock classes . . . "Make the most of your life while you have it." Glee Clubg Student Christian Association Choirg Class activities. .1 X 1 s up 6 . 5 I JOAN CROMWELL STALL Junior High "lf you had a brain, you'd be dangerous" . . . noted for her easy class schedules . . . popular and Hawaiian music fan . . . dislikes eggs almost as much as getting up in the morning . . . "Have a mind of your own." Future Teachers of Americag Glen Play- ersg Women's Athletic Associationg Stu- dent Christian Associationg Class activi- ties. NXQ.. CHARLOTTE RUTH STANSFIELD Kindergarten-Primary Char . . . popular chauffeur of the Luth- erville Express . . . "goodbye cruel worldn . . . loves those late hour coffee hours . . . "point of order" gal . . . "You profit most from your own mistakes, so don't be afraid to make them." Student Government Association, judicial committee, parliamentarian, social com- mittee, Freshman Advisory Councilg Wom- en's Residence Council, parliamentarian, social committeeg Kappa' Delta Pi, treas- urerg Class activitiesg Electives. x ,,,-iii l CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH STEERS Kindergarten-Primary Schatzie . . . "Hurry up Lucille."' . . . wedded to a Hopkins Blue lay . . . hopes for a school bus full of kids . . . cook books and pinochle banish the scourge of eight o'clock classes and street-car rides . . . unaffected sincerity and a sunny dis- position . Electives. ALICE JEAN STINE Elementary .lean . . . always cheerful . . . well-known figure on the archery held . . . naturally curly hair . . . hopes to save enough money to visit her roommate . . . "Hey.' Listen."' . . . likes to be with people . . . plans for continued education . . . "Say what yo-u mean, and mean what you sayf, Future Teachers of America. treasurer: Collegiate 4-H Club. treasurer: Freshman Advisory Council: Women's Athletic As- sociationg Sports electives. Xxx' A xxx! KXXS x X85 Q xx xw AXQ XXM Qxxxxxxxxx .wmwx xy N XAX Win A Q. x' X.-us S ' -X N. U S 'Q 4 X' ..x Qi X N NXXX Q0 Qxxxxxxw Xxx TXXXXXXXX x NV 5 u xxxxxx N COLLEEN STOKELY Elementary Kai . . . vivacious with an impish streak . . . gels lessons in wrestling by a former Towson pro.' . . . nimble with the knitting needles . . . frequent visitor to 515 Alle- gheny Avenue . . . likes having a certain four roommates . . . plans include teach- ing and marriage . . . artistry talents. Student Christian Association. qv 71 Vg , ,. 2m Q, Y CHARLES A STONESIFER .l unior High Buck What the paper is due to day? can be found listening to the gos ip in the Student Centre hopes to become a high school teacher just waiting to take that trip around the world likes the White House the quiet and mysterious man on campus There must be a good day coming 'Rst Q-4-I J!" 4'- 'T-7 v- Ps l 1' '-, A ELIZABETH ACKERMAN STOUT Kindergarten-Primary Betty . . . a sense of humor and a keen appreciation of people . . . hopes to teach younger children for several years . . . enjoys sports, music, and reading . . . "If one can be objective in evaluating one- self, a situation and other people, ma- turity in emotional growth develops with peace and humility for the individual." Kappa Delta Pig Gamma Theta Upsilon. SALLY RANKIN STREET Elementary a Hey you know what? you cant nd her look in Lindas room a gabby gal who dislikes saying the wrong words her husband puts in her mouth enjoys pepsi popcorn and pizza hopes to teach tn the Mission Field is happiest when doing church work Baptist Students Union X xx . .' . A .. l IQ! . I' . - . xx' N H S ' ' f X : Qxwxxxxsxw. s s' S r 5 mx t X X K 5 " sz " " . . . if ANN LEE STRICKLIN Elementary Ann . . . "What in the worla'."' . . . famous for those long trips across the city to her teaching center . . . talks a mile a minute . . . cutting hair her specialty . . . her home is in St. Petersburg, Florida . . . deceptively quiet . . . hopes to teach in Europe sometime in the future. Future Teachers of America: Wesley Club, secretary, treasurerg Collegiate 4--H Club. SHIRLEY MARIE STRUBE Kindergarten-Primary Shirley . . . "l,ll think about that tomor- row" . . . faithful sports fan . . . Miss Mac's altruistic alto . . . enjoys eating and sleeping . . . always there when you need her . . . "No mail again?" . . . "Love thy neighborf, Lutheran Students' Association, president: Assembly Committee: Student Government Association representativeg Freshman Ad- visory Council: Future Teachers of Amer- icaf Student Christian Association: Stu- dent Christian Association Choir, presi- dentg Class activities. ELIZABETH JANE STUART Junior High Betty . "Now what will I do" . . . sees travel, teaching history, and marriage in her future . . . friendly . . . perfectionist . . . always on the go . . . "Tomorrow is another rlayf, All College Councilg Future Teachers of America, secretary, Student Government Association representativeg Kappa Delta Pig Inter-Faith Council, presidentg Stu- dent Christian Associationg Wesley Club, president, secretary. JANET TAYLOR Elementary Janet . . . "really,' . . . canit wait for a classroom of her own with miles and miles of space . . . her pet peeve is time sched- ules . . . well known for pouring morning cofee in the cafeteria . . . quietly friendly . . . "Let's expand." L 1 BSS! A N xXXX' ' AQ XXXXNQXQ S x K X 65' SI S fi 'x +A s A QQ . vi vw x XSS NNN NSY '- 5... A xxxx r sfuxe S 4 QQ . 1 ' ln 4.9 " ROBERT G. TAYLOR Junior High Birdcall . . . "Nothing ventured, nothing gained. lost. or 0lh6l'll'1'.S6 obtainedv . . . the Tigers morale builder . . . Hitler . . . lilres those soccer trips and anything out of the ordinary . . . not as nonsensical as he seems . . . 'iLife is what one makes of it, and l love itf' C-lee Club: Gamma Theta Lipsilon: Intra- murals. Soccer. Basketball: Indoor Track manager: International Relations Club: Menis Chorus: Junior-Senior Men's Club: lVlen's Athletic Association. Qld 'X 'Th- if X. JEANETTE THALMAN Kindergarten-Primary .Yettie . . . "l was just going to sayv . lilies the little ones . . . coffee hours . . . lfnoun for lfnitting her's and others' ar- .ryles . . . Urumcastle gab sessions . . . full mailbox . . . easy-going. friendly, sympathetic . . . quiet sense of humor . . . "ll"halet'er will be u'ill Jie-all for the l1e'5l.,, Student Christian .Xssof-iation: Christian Science Organization. president. vice pres- ident: lnter-Faith Council. IRENE ANN THOMAS Junior High Annie . . . ojicial camel-maker of .lunior Assembly . . . "What in the world?" . . . Roberta's faithful standard-bearer . . . the red head without a temper . . . "Phooey" . . . "There is something good in every- thingf, Glen Players, secretary: Alpha Psi Omega, secretary: The Publication: Student Chris- tian Association: Class activities. - Q 3? ' - f . gm: SHIRLEY THIM Elementary Shirley . . . Towsonls own W.U.S. girll Y, . . . . . vim. vigor and vitality . . . uhnger in every pie" . . . most relaxed on the beach or sailing . . . dependable and eff- cient . . . gullible and sweet . . . likes people, places, conversation, mail . . . "Life is always u'0rlh livingf, Student Christian Association: World-Re- 'latedness C0-Commissioner: Student Gov- ernment Association: N.S.A. Coordinator: Kappa Delta Pi: Freshman Advisory Council: Marshals. secretary: Student Life Council: Hostess Club: Class activities. . 1... T FRANK TONDRICK Elementary B. D .... promoter of penny-ante games with wives included . . . the boy from Pa. with a winning way . . . never too busy to help others . . . enjoys a good cigar . . . known for his ready smile and little jokes . . . "lf it's worth doing, it's worth doing wellf, Varsity Baseball: Kappa Delta Pi. WILLIS CLAYTON TULL JR. Junior High Willis . . . a mastermind . . . appreciates a strong sense of humor in a basically serious person . . . quiet but you can see the wheels turning . . . enjoys his family and his friends . . . anything historical, philosophical or religious interests him . . . sincere . . . friendly . . . serious by nature. Kappa Delta Pi, lirst vice-president: Li- brary Advisory Committee: Tower Echoes: Tower Light. , ,, - " 'ff' ERMA TZOMIDES Elementary Erm . . . "Your turn to clean the roomi' . . . friendly and obliging . . . dislikes missing important phone calls . . . would enjoy getting the Creek Embassy together for a party . . . frequently seen in the Student Centre playing pinochle . . . plans trip abroad . . . a Rembrandt in the mak- ing . . . "Live and let livef' Orchestrag Class activities. YE' JOAN MARIE UHL Junior High Hloannie" . . . "Remember the Buirlf? easy going . . . ean't lfeep a secret . . . or play tennis . . . lures to laugh . . . petite and pirie . . . lilfes to dance. but r'an'l find a partner . . . must master the culi- nary arts befnre june . . . has been lfnon-n to play Bridge on the Federal Govern- menfs time . . . ".Yerer do today ulzat you can put off until l0N1Ufl'0Il'.,. Newman Clulv: Class activities. JO ANN VANCE Kindergarten-Primary ,lo . . . "ll's 0.K.. kiddiesg I have every- thing under controll' . . . poster maker , . . if she's around. you know it . . . changeable . . . active member of the class of ,57 . . . in the Centre, where else? . . . "Do your best or don't bother." Student Christian Association: Wesley Club: Class Officer. secretary. Student Government Association representative: Class activities. JOAN AGNES WALTER Elementary loanie . . . "Oh, my heavensln . . . ap- pears to be quiet . . . always ready to be called upon . . . turns a good seam . . . loves those frat parties in Philadelphia . . . marriage and teaching in Frederick County are her future plans . .,. "What will the future bring?,, Newman Clubg Freshman Advisory Coun- cil: Gamma Theta Upsilon: Clee Club: Tower Echoesg Class activities. ' .65 X MADELINE ANN WEBSTER Elementary Grace . . . West Virginiais gift to Towson . . . doesn't care for her nickname . . . lives on the lower bunk in 6205" - - - jireflying and rhythmic jazz hymns are her specialties . . . ah! football . . . "1 like my jobg itis the world I hate." Freshman Advisory Councilg Student Christian Association Choir: Wesley Clubg Class activities. BARBARA WEDDLE Elementary Bob . . . "Conna' take Business Math. ltls a snap course?', . . . sweet bird-like qual- ity . . . has a black ,49 Chevy that doesn't always run . . . after teaching two years in Frederick County, would like Io teach in Europe . . . "Don't do Loday what you can put of until tomorrowf, Athletic electives: Clee Club: Hostess Club: Student Christian Associationg Lutheran Students' Associationg Class ac- tivities. SYLVIA ANN WEIS Kindergarten-Primary Syl . . . submarine sandwich parties . . . pro noisy hours and anti quiet hours . . . has a radio that only works in the laundry room . . . spends her vacations slfiiing in Canada . . . thoughtful and sincere . . . always ready with a witty comment . . looks on the brighter side of things. Newman Clubg Inter-Faith Council, Future Teachers of Americag Electives. T VIRGINIA WELSH Kindergarten-Primary Ginny . . . "There should be 48 hours in every day" . . . likes to burn the candle at both ends . . . an MS in English, but first graders coine hrs! . . . could dance until dawn . . . enthusiastic . . . has a smile for everyone. Student Christian Association Choir: Freshman Advisory Council: Kappa Delta Pig Class secretaryg Class activitiesg Alumni Activities Committee. BARBARA WESTERVELT Elementary Westy . . . "1 thought l'd die laughing" always ready to laugh , . . could do with- out those long history chapters . . . sin- cere . . . likes camping, ping pong, archery and bowling . . . willing to help a friend in.need . . . 4'Happiness is the only thing that can be multiplied by dividing." Future Teachers of Americag Women's Athletic Associationg Student Christian Associationg Collegiate 4-H Club, vice- president. EVELYN ESTHER WHITE Elementary Ev . . . 'sl swainn . . . loolc for her in West 9 . '. . enjoys the company of her friends . . . amateur organist . . . a coin collector . . . prefers upper elementary . . . a cheerful word for all . . . indus- trious . . . "lf it is destined, it will be." Future Teachers of America: Marshals, Student Government Association repre- sentativeglilesidence Hall SocialCommittee: Class activities. 5 Fm-is ,Fw- 'Cf v 'Nr JEAN WIEFENBACH Junior High Wiefenpof . . . "I could go for a cup of coffee, nowfn . . . calm, cool and collected . . . an interest in fencing . . . plans a trip to Hawaii . . . neat and trim with an imp- ish grin . . . a shower every night before finally turning in . . . a talented 7 a.m. alarm for her roommates . . . professional Robin Hood . . . "Live."' Future Teachers of Americag Women's Athletic Association, archery managerg Class activities. CHARLOTTE ANN WILLSON Elementary Char . . . "Yes, indeedy" . . . amateur beautician . . . Rock Hall and foe mean a good time . . . a summer bride . . . likes those Eastern Shore third graders . . . too short a time allotted for extracurricu- lar activities . . . never worry over past mistakes . . . Look ahead. Future Teachers of Americag Marshals. secretary, vice-president: Women's Ath- letic Association: Class activities: Elec- tives. SYLVESTER F. WISNIEWSKI Junior High Stan .... "At ease" . . . "I mean, what is it?,' . . . hopes to write three books . . . looking forward to a masters degree in Art from the University of Mexico . can be found in Michael's or the glen. Newman Club. Chairman of the Apolo- getic Committeeg Menis Residence Coun- cilg Glen Playersg Glee Clubg Tower Light, Veteran's column features writer: 'lv 61 Wrestlingg Veterans' Organization. DOROTHY HILL WOLFKILL Elementary Dottie . . . "Chas" . . . another crossword puzzle addict . . . moody . . . "Oh, that car."' . . . always talking and going . . . perfectionist . . . likes an evening out with Chas, which is a rarity . . . knits and reads a lot . someday hopes to travel in Europe . . . looks forward to Tuesday and Friday coffee hours . . . "Live itln Future Teachers of Americag Class ac- tivities. SHIRLEY WITTIG Junior High Shzrl . . . a disposition which is always cheerful . . . traveling the U. S. and Eu- rope are ln her plans . . . may be found at Sidney's . . . even tempered . . . enjoys Dixieland music . . . an active "lm worker . . . Why worry? btudent Christian Assoclatlon. Class ac tivities. 160 11' BARBARA WOLF Elementary Bobbie . . . "uh-huh" . . . sweetly sophis- ticated impeccable taste a lawyer s lady . future will center around some little Wolfs . . . and Mo . . . parking prob- lems at 8.58 . . . squeeky sneezer . . . ardent bridge fan . . . "Life is what you make itf, Jewish Students' Associationg Class ac- tivities. N THOMAS ALLEN WRIGHT Junior High Tom . , . 'ceetzy peetzyn .... s peaks with an enthusiastic tlrawl . . . Republicans and double hour classes share equal dis- favor . . . has entertained many a Towson- ite with his guitar . . . enjoyed ice-slfatirzg on. the Sheppard-Pratt pond . . . aspires to a Illt15lEf,S degree . . . 5gEl'Cfj'llll.Hg turns out for the best in the long run." Freshman Advisory Council: Track: Golf: Baptist Students' Union. vice-president. 161 DAVID GRANT YINGLING Junior High "Yings" . . . "0.K., bouyi' . . . "Let's go to the Picw' . . . a wife and two little Yings earned him the title of "old family mann of the soccer team . . . often caught by Doc for a '6Cot a minute?', hour . . . loved those block courses from four to five . . . kept in shape hiking from the parking lot. Basketballg Baseballg Trackg Soccer, co- captain. CAROL ZARTMAN Kindergarten-Primary Carol . . . may be found wherever trhere is Dixieland music . . . a great sports en- thusiast, particularly skiing . . . another who enjoys tea time in the Centre . . . likes those "wide open spacesn . . . 6'Um-m-m, fm going on a diet tomor- rows' . . . a great dislike for detailed les- son plans and eight olclock classes . . . bright blue eyes! . . . "Whatever will be, will be." Electives. . .un N K . it ' I kf- I xl vb , -Y ROSE MARIE ARDISON .lunior College Rose Marie . . . an active day-hop . . . always has a smile for everyone . . . has tentative plans for Hoplfins, Nursing School . . . always seems to be busy. Baptist Students' Union. Student Govern- ment Association representative: Clee Club: Class activities. JOSEPH E. BROWN Junior College foe . . . "Let's go to the dog racesii . . . "Hold tlzat pose. please" . . . always on the subject of hotrofls. cameras. and girls . . . can't stand those peroxide blondes . . . a future F.B.l, man . . . can be found at the drag races or a good party . . . just give him a zcelrling torch and a car to worlf on. and he will be perfectly satisfied. Glen Players: Photography Club: Tower Light: Public Relations Club Manager. f i 'i 5 6 . ft' 'sin Ev' PATRICIA ANN BOND Junior College Patty . . . '6Sugar.' Oh Ceelv . . . quiet and sincere . . . lilfes simplicity and neat- ness along with an earnest desire for ac- curacy . . . can usually be found in the Student Centre . . . enjoys a few hours in comfortable surroundings with good friends . . . "When individuals help one another to obtain their goals, respect. ad- miration and achievement in life will be fulthlledfi ZH .rv Y JLIXVXULZ7 !T!7! X LSL LOUIS BRILLIANT Junior College Lou . . . "You betlu . . . quietly sincere . . . ham radio enthusiast . . . soft music, interesting and intelligent companions constitute enjoyment . . . immediate fu- ture centers about lllinois College of Op- tometry . . . firm in beliefs . . . Louis Brom.field's boolfs . . . New York shows . . . disparages of irrelevant repetition . . . 6'To lead a wholesome life and to achieve serenityv . . . is most important. CHARLOTTE EUGENIA CASE .lttnior College Charlotte . . . "There just aren't enough hours in a day" . . . enjoys being with her friends . . . always tries to be reason- ably pleasant at all times . . . pastimes in- clude dancing and baseball . . . lilies peo- .351 I. Y 'I , fn A l ple in general . . . plans to do ofice worlf A after graduation . . . "Things aren't as bad as sonze people picture them." Canterbury Club. 162 C' ' fx 1 f M757 ,19- fl v kr ' MARY ANDREW CAVACOS Junior College Mabs . . . "Neat!,' . . . "Cel-szefi' . . . ver- satile . . . capricious . . . can be serious or otherwise . . . mostly otherwise . . . plans include social work . . . H. . . faith in Cod, love, insight and endurance are the pieces of the puzzle which jit to complete the picture of life." Glee Clubg Camera Club: Maryland As- sociation of ,Iunior Colleges, secretary, Class activities. NELLIE DARE CORNWELL Junior College Nell . . . "1 really do."' . . . very congenial . . . appreciates good looking men . . . en- joys a get-together with old friends . . . can be found most often in the Student Centre . . . likes music, movies, and a good book . . . Oh, those pink houses! . . . could do without rainy days . . . "Respect the rights of othersf, MARGARET GOHEEN Junior College Peggy . . . "Do you feel like going to class?', . . . always happy . . . witty . . . enjoys talking and dancing . . . wonderful disposition . . . likes good music . . . when not in Ocean City, Maryland, can be found at '6Bonnie's" . . . in love with the world . . . "Love life always. and everyone and everything in it, and always be happy." 163 , ii, fc 3 Y x NEALE G. COLDER Junior College Neale . . . "Let,s go get a cup of coffees, . . . likes coffee, cars, parties, cars, Ocean City and cars . . . a congenial personality with an aversion lo women drivers . . . he might be at S.T.C. for two more years . . . always in the Centre . . . "Live it up while you canf' MARY ELIZABETH HARMEYER Junior College Beth . . . "Carl."' . . . always late . . . "Oh, those crowded dormsl, . . . "How 'bout a submarine?" . . . enjoys sports . . . party, party, party! . . . dependable and friendly . . . church and community organizations . . . future plans include marriage and so- cial work . . . "Life is what we make it, so make it a good onef, Student Christian Associationg lnterna- tional Relations Club. is ns- 'lf' ' LEWIS P. HECK Junior College Slfip . . . "How ,bout that."' . . . silver threads among the brown . . . a good friend . . . rugged but rehned . . . watches television at 515 Allegheny Avenue . . . dislikes waiting . . . a pleasant smile for all . . . a definite asset to the Vets. Veterans, Organization, vice-president. LAWRENCE R. LANGFELT Junior College Langie . . . "1 can't, leannieg I havenlt got any gas."' . . . dislikes those Sadie Hawkins dances . . . can't stay away from sports cars . . . a conhrmed bachelor with his eye on a degree in business and pub- lic administration . . . one of those tennis fiends . . . can be found either in the Stu- dent Centre or at Murray's. Class activities. HARRIETT KATHRYN JACOBS Junior College "Why do we have to take gym?" . . . the green-eyed girl who had a Bermuda holi- day . . . Ocean City, football games and tongue sandwiches make her life complete . . . a well-poised, independent individual- ist . . . "Life is too short to worry." Newman Club. l l 1' y JLIXVXMM X X!! X LS! MARILYN RUTH JONES Junior College Lynn . . . uAnybody have this hour free?,' . . . pleasing smile . . . conscientious com- muter . . . pet peeve-professors who ig- nore the bell . . . always friendly . . . be- longs to the short set . . . "Everything happens for the bestf, Newman Club.. BRIAN McMULLIN Junior College "Anything that is worth doing at all is worth doing welll, . . . easy to get along with .... ability in art . . . usually found in one of the science labsf Art Staff: Photography Club. X575 7 is ALLAN WAYNE SCHAEFFER Junior College Wayne . . . 'Tm sorry l brought it upu . . . strong dislike for 11:30 lunch periods . . . a future seminarian with a smile for every- one . . . usually found in the foyer . . . his quietness is deceiving . . . "Everything de- pends on your attitude." Student Christian Association, treasurer. DONALD L. SUDBRINK Junior College Don . . . usually on top in wrestling . . . attractively shy . . . likes queens . . . a blond flat-top . . . a smile and a quiet hello for everyone. Wrestling Teamg Soccer Team. ALAN E. WILLIAMS JR. .lf N '5- N rw: f 2 I I I Q 1' R 8 Ll DAVID SCUDDER Junior College Dave . . . makes the daily trek from Loch Raven and Pentridge to S.T.C .... big plans for the future . . . quiet and likeable. GERALD THOMAS WILLIAMS Junior College ferry . . . "What's the good word?" . . . a confident individualist with the gift of gab . . . likes the girl from Frederick . . . his future plans include a B.S. in Chem- istry . . . "Cod helps those who help them- selves." Newman Club: Men's Athletic Associa- tiong Track Team. co-captain. Junior College Al . . . no "vegetable,', hel . . . appreciates the better things . . . will major in Psy- chology at .lohns Hopkins . . . connoisseur of ine jazz . . . the Hi-Fi Room . . . like- able indiviflualist . . . deep and sincere . . . a personal laissez-faire policy. Veterans' Club: Jazz Club: Class activ- ities. 'CT"'r "WHAT YOU ILL " SENIOR ASSEMBLY Topping off four years of outstanding assem- blies. the Senior Class's presentation of Lbwlllfll You Will" combined clever songs, talent, partici- pation, and spirited enthusiasm to produce tlle best class production of the year. Using Hoboes and Upper Class Society to con- trast the two extremes in life, the Seniors showed us tliat eacli individual must decide upon his OWVII life's pbilosoplly. f -',,..-- ,f 5 5 vi ff. ,L Z' 6 I xl., Z""' l O QPXBJI f f' J 2 , SX, Under the experienced direction of ,lack Lynch, the assembly was presented to both the -5 7 r 4 U I college and the men at Veterans' Hospital, wllere it was enthusiastically received. .lack Lynch, our able and untiring director. use!" Our little band of hoboes gracefully 'T glided across the stage to tbe strains of "The Dum-e of the Hours." g I ' 0 . ! . , x N Fl ' Af 1 1 N I td, "Well, Did You Evah, What 3 Swell Party This ls!" ' 'ff Primping to be a hobo. . , ' 9 I I 'TA' "" Q Q -- , J , ,, rx Q J o " i , Ul Q W " - 'V 1 1 S l xx W A uf X l I Tish lakes charge, accompanied by Lu Beth at the piano. K 1 H194 ITA I '55 4 ' 9 be? "How's that, Mary Lou?" "Life lust a Bowl of Cherrleb Beetle and lris bemoan the fart that life gets tediou if 9491! Mean -Y MQIVC me a little water 5ylvle 168 The Hostess With the Mostesl on the Ball" u!- "We Belong lo a Mutual Admiration Societyn f 4,-an ,4- If 155 T Our Fair Lady "Be what you want to be, be your own self." 'gf' 1 K .,,.-f 62- wksizfi' ing iu e .A i you I X, JZWMF .. Y nf 'Var Nancy Lee Normine MAY QUEEN , '-.aw M, f 2. ,M 1-' rf. - , -Q G- Lf' -1, 1 X f if I ,, . Q 2 Y ,, .N ,Q 1 BARBARA BEACHLEY RATHERINE BORCHERS CAROLE LEE DELP VIVIAN JARRELL 5 5' "NA, 6 5 5-V I f L Q N k...- 4 - ' L--an-0' ,-1 S2 4 4 gig 'lv - v I 04 4 LL-zu' I SHIRLEY THIM l J AN E LILLEY SALLY ROBERTS I E, 4 Lida Lee Tall kindergarten children lead the procession, scattering flowers on "The Green". Contrary to the pleas and incantations of Walpurgis Night. a chilly but bright morning ushered in the tradi- tional May Day celebration at Towson State Teachers Col- lege. The morning was spent by classes and organizations in the hurried preparation of setting up their respective booths. After lunch everyone eagerly awaited the presentation of the court and the crowning of our lovely queen, Nancy Normine. Setting a new precedent this year, the girl's escorts awaited them on the platform. Following the crowning ceremony, the queen, her court and their escorts were enter- tained by music, singing and the traditional May Pole Dance. Correlated with the theme of Plantation Pageant the dance, entitled "Confederate Cotillionf' was held that eve- ning. The gymnasium was bedecked in the fashion of a Southern plantation. The music was furnished by Bill Maisel and his orchestra. May Day proved to be another 'feather in the cap of the Senior Class. May Pole dan:-ers honor the Queen. The Court and their escorts. i'Y"s "air-571, W " '- .--.,..--l .-+.i. , -.... 1 4 ..Q. -- 5. M A -,,,. - -- --",a.-'--f-'V-Lv , ., . c ' 4 ., 1 - ' ' . ' 'if ,. V i:LA,,n.g,KA L.:-.-as -' . .-.,vl.,vr..fA Q V J, . C '- -4'--Q .4 . . -.1 ' " -x..p.,- v., .. fi. , v ,. .. A . 4, ,wa H , ' ,.. my . "-'Ii 'ff A' , ,i 6 .NI W . MQ, ,A . 1 ,. , ,. , . ,A . g -Q-.,,r-JY V ' I 4 "--. -, -" ,K jf, eff- . . . . -Q L .:'wf:e. ,-JK The Quvvn. Nancy Nornline. slaps tu hor lhrunv . . . L' 1 - Emi X K X 'fr' N , ,4 X Ji w. X . . . Q -x ,A-i' "walling lll holmr . 4-4. x -4 W I fl -. - - - ' ' 'H' Q '. ar v' . law'in1. Irwi em IP 1 l' '. The Que-vn and hc-r e-swirl. .Iuhn Whirv. lead rhf- rv- Cvssion. 1 , in nv- xx.,5g'g?4-,-f.'.-,..- J'l icq-as, '-, - N ' -y- r K.. s , . " . vi -if f A. ig, Hai- A 1.,.,.T,t-l,Tx,A,,4:,:p. ti M, .J I ,. t ,M Q. my XS. q..k. xg ,-a1.:,.,,k, ..., I. 9' -'f - ?Ffo-Req. . '- 4.' ,Q-" -- I-. 'L-.-Kqtf' I 4 , ' - M55 M ',.:Jc'T,', '-f'fT'X-'fi.','-Yf,y 4 -5- ,. W -14. FRIE DS AND FROLIC. . . Dressed for rain. running to covered trucks. the seniors began their June Wleek activities with a hayride. traveling to the Belair Fresh Air Camp. The following day a picnic was held in the student centre and patio. Hot dogs and Colored popslcles added to the friendly atmosphere of hungry seniors. Swimming. boating, sun-bathing and bushels of crabs made the beach party at Rockaway Country Club a tremendous success. Three enjoyable events. despite the rainy weather. "Mustard, please 'ffii "I have a blue one." Sefviff? with 3 smile. have twg please R ,4- as ,E -' F I V1 3 11,51 E4-su? KIJZ I-1 . ' rg" 's 'Y 1g.....,,. X 4 tlnfj-'Q 4 xvbn. ' -,1'1 'U on Y. . 1'--.-ft' and 42. ff"'x"4. - ,- ifl- - . PPRQ. Q l 5 psi.: ,nd -,U 'glad J Q. ,,r ,g,.A. .. J' P, Q .,a 1- Q- , , -X Q .. il' nf - nl '. .Q ' fife- 4+ Q ' A lv ' 'ev 1,1-Q C I 2 --. J .eg l",Q ,g v- , 1. .4 sa . . -if-3 5 si! 1 37. 3 v ..- 1- S-I . 5'9- P- ar , 4143 , .V 3. i ' u fl-t .6 H I ,nl A ,4 V. HUP I , , ,, "I" 5 , 3, 'B :Ziff - , I M, af,-5' '51, I-,-Exif, ' Q ix ' W . 439-Q ' 5w1.,eex fgpg . ,I , 1 f"f,,' . S, . A iv. W .J W . x .x I . , -1.,- il fix 1 4 wrpv ,A 1 f f fi 1,1 .ij E I 6 I I ,, 1' 1 , 1 ni-df" ' X4 Wv I 3 4 6 - llzuii-ing In the musim- of The Mein of Nutf-S. in the lwall- rmnn of tllc Flleruhni Bfflxvflerc- Hillel. the Seniors Pnjnyml unc' uf lliv must thrilling: evcrits of their fnur years in vul- lm-grv. lwirmzil attire-. l'l'lf'llIlg. fun zmcl fuml I1lt"lN0l'lPS+8Il f'Xl'IllI1gl In-xc,-r lu luv furglwtlffll. Hxlfil l:1"l in rhix wiv?" T 412. x s :mfr ""F""' lv -me A . 6' f?f??!fff'f'F"3 1 131 f . 3 4 Faculty members enjoy the Prom. I D THE SE IOR PRO DI AN r l . r l gn . 5. NIJ Appetizers served in the student centre. Mr. Dum irnprfwiwew. Dancing in the stud:-nt centre. The June Week activities concluded with the Presiclentis Dinner in the cafeteria. followed lvy music in the sturlent centre, rendererl lwy Mr. Dum anrl Mr. Ceriak. and an informal dance-a delightful finis to a memorable week for the seniors. Seniors arc gum-its ul the President. Q.. v.- . . ,r 'ix ,f ,X ,-39. .4. mb W 4-fx! W1 1 Eg' V l GRADUATIO N .v", -H- '11 fi . 'K fiizillr A The Baccalaureate Service was held at 11:00 A.lVI. in the college -L-g "U" auditorium. The sermon was delivered hy The Rev. Albert E. Day, of Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church. Ba1timofe. The gradua- tion exercises. held for the first time in the college gymnasium, be- gan at 3:1111 IKM. The procession hegan with the College faculty and distinguished guests. followed hy the 1957 graduates. The main address was presented hy llr. ,I. Wendell Yeo. Vice President for Academic Affairs. Boston University. Dr. Kenneth A. Browne. Dean of Instruction. presented the candidates for degrees. Conferred by Dr. Earle 'l'. Hawkins. President of the College. The awarding of diplomas was hy Jerome Frampton. Jr.. Vice President. State Board of Education. Une of the largest classes ever to be graduated from Towson State rlleachers College-241 seniors were awarded BS. degrees in education. Dr. J. Wendell Yeo N ' "Q, 'x 3 9 "' X 1 , Y Hi I 7 Q I, A A x Y 4' b 1' f 1 aw, J 'rw , ff! J 'w,,, 1 11 '5- 1, 1' --an, an, 1 w 4' 2 ps ,...,.n., .lic 1? .svn ' 3 Q HZFJKD 'Wg -4- I Y NANCY OCKER IA xi 'f' kfiv Z4' , I .4 'M 'YQ-" Zz I N f . 1 l 1 . - -1 p, -,--5,'..'::',.g A v- K ?1'1'...','f',: ' .'.f"-:-Zwirafz. , 1. '-- ' .f 'o,'.-,1g'Uz1Qfif:': ::1 ..:','fv,o.'.'.-ff' 3.54: - .' "E:.'.",'-"f'f'.'-.f'5 -f"2'.'1' 5 ' -'.1.1'.'.-','.r-'v..- '-'-2-'--' '.I: . ,ul . . . -,'-,',f.','.s .QQ 5.1 J.,-5 'JSI " , f- I -,-,'.:-.1 il "' 4 I. 'ri 'Q-4 2' ' i -13' i .M Jr 4 ky JEAN KALKHEUTH JACK LYNCH Assistant Literary Editor Literary Editor ,. BN JANE LILLEY """ Editor-in-Chief -4 Associate Editor 1957 TOWER ECHOE 0:1 PAT FILSINGER Art Editor NANCY NORMINE Assistant Art Editor Y X , re The Tower Echoes Staff of 1957 has tried to present, in a colorful and meaningful way, what "our college" has meant to us and our class, and to give a picture of the memorable events of the past year. We have tried to tell "our story" in such a way that it may be enjoyed, and carried into the future as a constant reminder of State Teachers College. The Editor wishes to thank all those who are responsible for making this book the success we hope it will be. Special thanks go to the Editorial Staff, whose untiring efforts have made the book possible, and also the following staff members: Kitty Borchers, Carole Lee Delp, Bob Petza, Roberta Reed, Ann Thomas, Elinor Gareis, Joan Walters, Gladys Rori, Ruth ,Sassaman, Jeanine Chapdelaine, Kathy Brown, Ann DeLauder, Stan Wisniewski, Peggy Haase, Iris Langdon, and Mary Lou Kroh. We hope that next year's staff may have a suc- cessful year, and that they will enjoy, as we have, working together to produce Towson's yearbook. Deadline day draws near. J ws V. sl 0 ,lr- VIVIAN JARRELL Typing Editor LU BETH BIVENS Photography Editor ,,"' 1 X RX ...sw , 'O J kfjl Y 1' BARBARA NYCE Senior Write-ups SALLY WACNER CLAYTON BOB OLIVER Business Managers NOT PICTURED MR. RHINEAS WRIGHT Faculty Advisor 'LCrop this one jx x HARRY MOORE Sports Editor x '1,YT"Q1?'!'92f'2'fQ" TU' ' ' xf'.'-I '2,?H1.fF YQ' f"'J'f"V' ' ' ' ,Mirza 4 1 '14r- 1 ,., 1 , Lf, a um , 'A' v '-UH' 4- w fa 'v, - f 1 " " 19 IA? un-v , . . . ,fix 1 1 , 1 4 I I .w4 Y I , 1 3 1 I iw 'li is N . ' .va-J.-Wk, I i il! fl Wit I a b I .5 v -C ,,s. fs Av ' . Q Q ' ' I , L P. - "' . 0- V' eu Q ' A-2 ' - , . . a-znglza-g.g,y,..-v-""' 1 4 'V 1 ,' lx ' 0 ii -..axis I x , 'v- + K!! "' ' +?L?-.Q I y' .. . t s LU I. 1 9 'z Lx .' b . T' f r lm . D vi 1 . .. A QU ,.... R , , af? 121111113 m 1 1 . I 3 ' , z I 1 A 1 M ' - f . 3 WNV" 4IWUR"'4',3,-7, 'Q . , ,V .. ... Y -.i 1 . N M MURI DR. LUCY SCOTT Dr. Lucy Scott, a member of our faculty for 21 years, served as Director of Elementary Education. During these years, she imparted ber wisdom and understandings of educational trends to everyone who sought her guidance. In her quiet and unob- trusive manner, Dr. Scott waslan inspiring leader. Although she bas departed, ber ideas and principles are strongly imbedded in the educational field. N, ,,L,, ,, ., tw. .+ Wy, DEX Admissions Ofhcs All Colle-gr Day , Alpha Psi Omega Athletic Associations. Men and Woman Baptist Stud:-nt Union Baseball Iiaskt-thall Hrownv, Ile-an Businvss Office- Cantvrhury Cluh Clie-erh-atla-rs Class of 1958 Class of 1959 Class of 1960 De-dication. Dr. Frank A. Mann Dorm Life- Exvcutivr' fiontrnittw-, SGA. Faculty Financf- lfommittm-. SCA. 17ort-word Frvslnnan Advisory Council Future- Tm-acln-rs of AIllt?1'14'3. Cantina Th:-ta Upsilon , Glw Cluh lilvn Playi-rs Glen Playa-rs Produc-lions Ilraduatvs Graduation 411 Cluh , Hawkins. Dr. Earh' T.. Pri-sitlvnt Hostess Clulm Inter-Faith Council International Re-lations Cluh Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Jazz Cluh Jewish Stud:-nts Association Jones. Flossie. Registrar June Wee-k Activities Kappa Dt-Ita Pi Library Lida Loc' Tall Luthf-ran Students Association Mann, Dr. Frank A. Marshal Club May Day Murphy. Dean Newman Cluh Orchestra Pre-sitlvnI's Ufhcv Registrar! Ollhcf' Religious Organizations Rvsidvmw- ffounriis. Nl:-n's and W11mPn's Rt'S1llt'llt'l' 1Jil'4'C1ol's and Staff XIef11ln-ra Scott, Dr. 1.u0y Seinior As'-1-inltly 9:-nior Inwstittlri- SllCl"t'I' Stuflvnt ff:-nlrv Sturlvnt lie-ntrv lliiwwtory' Stutlvnt ffhristian 'Xssoviation fluflvllt l.iIl'IS11i!11 .'kssut'H1Ilnn f.1lu1l' Stuilvnt liowrnmv-nt ,-K-soviation Tansil. ilr. Rf-Iwi-va. llirrvtor of Alllltisx T1-nnis Thi' l1l'1Il"'l' Towvr i':t'llm--. 1957 Towi-r 1.i,uht Tuwc'r's Stun' Track Vi-tr-rans llrganizatinn WU--lov fflulv XVt'h1l1l1HN14'T Fi-11nw-ltip W'on1:'n'N Flvvlixrw w'l3!11l'H'S Tc-ams Yvre-stling 26 87 42 70 46 60-61 54-55 18 26 46 69 32-33 30-31 28-29 7 96-97 36 19-23 36 8 38 41 42 45 44 89 106-165 178-179 41 17 39 46 43 47 43 47 26 174-177 42 25 25 47 6 62 173-174 18 48 44 26 26 46 37 24 192 166 103 32-53 '21-95 39 49 43 33 18 62-63 10-16 180-181 40 41 65 43 48 48 66-67 68 56-59 Abrams. Natalie Rosenthal 3808 Foodleigh Rd. Baltimore 15, Md. Allridge. Edward Lawrence 8109 Bletzer Rd. Baltimore 22, Md. Anastasi, Anthony John 1714 Yakona Rd. Baltimore 4. Md. August. Herbert Sidney 2325 Koko Lane Baltimore 16, Md. Bailey. William Arthur, Jr. 1245 Beechwood Rd. Baltimore 19, Md. Barshack, Barbara Polakavetz 4013 Springdale Ave. Baltimore 7. Md. Beachley. Barbara Lynn 511 Warren St. Havre de Grace, Md. Beck, Charles Thomas 2616 E. Fairmount Ave. Baltimore 21, Md. Beckman. .lean Mary 3116 ,Puneau Place Baltimore 14, Md. Beckwith, Charlotte Ann 117 Overbrook Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Bernschein, James Bernard 3611 6th St. Baltimore 25, Md. Bitner, Lois Virginia 1012 Rose Hill Ave. Hagerstown, Md. Bittrolff, Helen Minerva 6205 44th Ave. Riverdale. Md. Bivens, Luella Elizabeth 38 N. Main St. Boonsboro, Md. Borchers, Katharine Louisa Mounted Route Westminster, Md. Bowie, Clara Mae R.D. iii Waldorf, Md. Bowling. Shirley Ann Newport, Md. SENIOR DIRECTORY Brawn, Charles Clinton 513 N. Stuart St. Baltimore 21, Md. Brooks. Nadine Elizabeth 1200 Tugwell Dr. Baltimore 28, Md. Brown, Nancy Ann 5 Left Wing Dr. Baltimore 20, Md. Browne, Kathleen Rose 4336 Sheldon Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Bryant, Allen Harvey 1200 Elm Ridge Rd. Baltimore 29, Md. Butler, Emmy Lee 8219 Belair Rd. Baltimore 6, Md. Butler. .lohn Alfred 3113 Cornwall Rd. Baltimore 22, Md. Cadle, Eleanore G. M. 17 N. Glenn Ave. Annapolis, Md. Carey, Alford Robos, J r. 633 Round Oak Rd. Baltimore 4, Md. Carr, Margaret Lucille 201 Oakdale Rd. Linthicum. Md. Chapdelaine, .lannine Marie 4467 Fort Drive Suitland, Md. Claflin, Ruth Carolyn 116 West University Parkway Baltimore 10, Md. Clayton, Sally Wagner 3 Aigburth Ave. Baltimore 4, Md. Conley, Perry Lee 1426 Marshall St. Baltimore 30, Md. Costello, Marguerite Hans 62 Dunkirk Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Cowan, Orlan Smithsburg, Md. Crum, Patricia Grace R.F.D. r,-'fl Walkersville, Md. Curtain, Shirley Bell 3812 Southern Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Curtain, Stanley Lawrence 3812 Southern Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Dandy, Marcia Mulford 802 Dartmouth Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. DeLauder, Mary Ann 523 Guilford Ave. Hagerstown, Md. Delp, Carol Lee 313 Leeanne Rd. Baltimore 21, Md. Dennis, Phyllis Marie White Hall, Md. Dixon, Dawn Dolores 816 S. Ponca St. Baltimore 14, Md. Doering, Helene Mildred 5120 Hillburn Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. D'Onofrio, Lucille Mary 1521 Ralworth Rd. Baltimore 18, Md. Dorn, Earl Eugene 130 Overbrook Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Dryden, Letitia Lee 617 St. Johns Rd. Baltimore 10, Md. Duke, Hyatt Alpheous, Jr. 1345 Poplar Ave. Baltimore 27, Md. Economides, Kaliope Dolly 726 South Oldham St. Baltimore 24, Md. Ehrlich, Cyrile Stissa 3714 West Coldspring Lane Baltimore 15, Md. Evangelisti, Gloria Rose 342 Nicholson Ave. Baltimore 21, Md. Evans, Elizabeth Radcliffe Box 23 Queenstown, Md. Farb, Mignon Kann 2314 Wichita Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Fiege, John Christopher 8613 Chestnut Oak Rd. Baltimore 4, Md. F ilsinger, Patricia Jean Route 2, Box 31 Deer Park, Md. Finkle, Rose Marie 940 Bay Ridge Ave. Eastport, Md. Fischbach, Carolyn Elizabeth 533 Register'Ave. Baltimore 12, Md. Fishpaw, Mary L. King 5608 Northwood Dr. Baltimore 12, Md. Foard, Elizabeth Ann Forest Hill, Md. Franklin, Betty Marie R.F.D. 45 Westminster, Md., Franko, Michael Andrew 665 Bourbon St. Havre de Grace, Md. Frantz, Barbara Lee 6 Park Dr.. Baltimore 7, Md. Freeberger, Nancy Lois 3710 Gibbons Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Gahs, Kenneth Morris 2823 Garnet Rd. Baltimore 14, Md. Gamerman, Irene Rhoda 3321A Dolfield Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Gapetz, Wilford LeRoy 8701 Loch Bend Dr. Baltimore 4, Md. Gareis, Mary Elinore 301 South Wind Rd. Baltimore 4, Md. Geer, Joyce Eloise 19 Newberg Ave. Catonsville 28, Md. Gerhard, Leonard Craig 3023 Montebello Terrace Baltimore 14, Md. Giese, Donald Emil 1019 S. Clinton St. Baltimore 24, Md. Glass, James Paul Clinton, Md. Goedeke. Lois Anderson 3013 Westfield Ave. Baltimore 14, Md. Gonzales, Georgene Ann Rt. ifl, Box 83 Clinton, Md. Gottesman, Beryl Rabinowitz 3604 Glltirtth Rd. Baltimore 15, Md. Gover, Walter Franklin, Jr. 1319 Old North Point Rd. Baltimore 22, Md. Greenberg, Rosalie 959 Gorsuch Ave. Baltimore 18, Md. Haas, Margaret Elizabeth 2712 Christopher Ave. Baltimore 14, Md. Hagan, Patricia Ann Hyde Rd. Hyde, Md. Hanson, Anna Marie 807 Easley St. Silver Spring, Md. Harman, Wayne Ridgley Hampstead, Md. Harris, Beatrice Edith Box 708, Rt. 1111 Baltimore 21, Md. Harris, Hugh Child 2 Wade Ave. Baltimore 28, Md. Harris, Joyce Elaine 7713 Colesville R'd. Hyattsville, Md. Hartwell, Shirley Agnes 8621 Old Harford Rd. Baltimore 14, Md. Hoffmaster, Sandra Sue Myersville, Md. Hotler, Donald Bruce 1254 Locust Ave. Baltimore 27, Md. Holdefer. Carl Bennett 4926 Palmer Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Honikberg, Harriet Merle 6815 Williamson Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Hundertmark, Elaine Kraus 428 Evesham Ave. Baltimore 12, Md. Janata, Emilie Mane 3423 Dudley Ave. Baltimore 13, Md. Jarrell, Vivian Mae 6600 Kenwood Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Jenkins, Bessie Dolores Carroll Mannor Rd. Baldwin, Md. Jones. .John .Joseph Whiteford, Md. Kalkreuth, Norma Jean 3003 Dunglow Rd. Baltimore 22, Md. Katenkamp, Ann Emily 6811 Campfield Rd. Baltimore 7, Md. Keller, Wanda Elizabeth Route 32 Middletown, Md. Kelly. Merreen 930 Whitelock St. Baltimore 17, Md. Kennedy. Michael Philip 220 N. Market St. Frederick, Md. Kent. Margaret Elizabeth 11 Yorkway Baltimore 22, Md. Kershman, Kay Rubin 2810 Loudon Ave. Baltimore 16, Md. Klafi, Irene Annette 5128 Pembridge Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Kroh, Mary Louise 3710 Echodale Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Kronthal, Joyce Kelman 5729 Pimlico Rd. Baltimore 15, Md. Lallas, Loula Kathryn 521 S. Rappolla St. Baltimore 24, Md. Langdon, Iris Virginia 2624 Liberty Parkway Baltimore 22, Md. Lee, Maureen Frances 6010 Sefton Ave. Baltimore 14, Md. Lewis, Bruce William Gaithersburg, Md. Lilley, Jane Mason 208 Elkton Blvd. Elkton, Md. Linkous, Ludrick Webb 6308 Old Harford Rd. Baltimore 14, Md. Long, Virginia Ann 66 Liberty St. Aberdeen, Md. Lucas, Florence Aline 101 Kentway Baltimore 22. Md. Lynch. John Francis 4715 Hudson Ave. Washington 23, D. C. MacCauley, Joyce Marie P.O. Box 82 Rising Sun, Md. Macauley, June Lorine 715 Benninghaus Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. ' Mack, Sally Ann 1786 41st Place, S.E. Washington 20, D. C. Mahaley, Janet Marie 17 Locust St. Manchester, Md. 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