Towson University - Tower Echoes Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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In ,L .I -13" w .- 11 -, I 'O r 1 1 1 1 4 1 Tower' Echoes 11958 Facwliy .. . 12 Urgrfzmzizaztions ,, 30 Alctiviiies . 48 Sports , 74 Classes .. 96 Seniors ,. ., 104 Co-Editors Rosemary jenkins John Schriefer Mr. Phineas P.'Wright, Advisorg James Wiederman, Business Managerg Suzanne Finney, Photography Eclitorg Bea Glinkovsky, Literary Editorg Louise Nyberg, Layout Editorg Lenora Carr and Virginia Ford, Senior Eclitorsg Dudley Davis, Art Editorg Lee Hughes, Sports Eclitorg Jackie Meacham, Typing Eclitorg and Staff Members John Eigenbrodt, George Gott, Barbara Baller, Angela Diakoulas, Shirley Hall, Shirley Hackney. 5 x f al, Colored by natural forces which caused post- ponement or cancellation of many activities and annual events, the 1957-S8 school year has been a year to remember. The autumn Asian influenza epidemic which emptied the dormitories, and the phenomenal snowfalls of February and March which closed the college have given this year a notoriety unmatched by previous ones. A ' X X.. 'S do QT just as this year has been different from past years, so is the Tower Ecbos different from previous Towson yearbooks. just as this year has been filled with unusual events, so is this Tower Echoes unusual in format and content. On the pages which follow are the events and activities which have made this year a distinctive one. In recording the memorable events of this year, Tower Erbovs has employed new techniques and introduced new features never before seen in Tonw Echoes. This unique format and presenta- tion of content assures the l9YS T0ll't'D' Echoes a place of distinction among Towson yearbooks. The end result, the product, the record of these events has emerged more than equal to the overwhelming task of presenting the events of a d'isli11r'fil'r' year. To the Class of1958 Al sense of truth, of balance' and a lack of fear , C. .. A sense of fruth, of balance and a lack of fear . . . This is a chronicleg a chronicle by and of the Class of 1958-and of a good bit more: of the college at which you have spent four of the best years of your life. Since it is a chronicle, it is a history, since it is a book, it is something perma- nent. As a chronicle, this book is a definite part of the record of an institution, as a document, it will someday be used as a reference. As a thing of permanence, it shows thoughts, facts, customs, and errors for you to behold as long as even only one copy exists. As with this book, so be it then with the lives of the people who have written it, and who have been written about. As with this book, so be it also with the per- petuation of your deeds, joys, sorrows, defeats, victories, and errors. These are forever in print also. Should we omit your sorrows, errors, and the like? No! This would not be true life, to avoid error would be impossible, to write in constant fear of error would be destructive, killing. A sense of truth, of balance, and a lack of fear-such is life, true lifeg this has been recorded. Men and women of Towson, may you exem- plify in full measure the hopes and the ideals for which you have striven. May you enjoy both your work and the long life of usefulness before you. -Ernst O. von Schwerdtner x 1 I X, s s if N f X1 I Q I 5 lxl h X J I -XS . S 4 x ,-f" CT K A-X I " ki Y ' ' x L , ,V X' 411553 'Q KY-ii MR. ERNST O. voN SCHWERDTNER Class SPOIISUI' 9 .V " 7 W f wi iff Q. V s 'L A' -I i' kr' 0 n. Q W Lf' . .' f S :SP 1, .v 24" WI 3 2 o S if f, -, Q " T" -ffw ,gr ' 'xx . ..' - ,Nix .' v l W-" x."', ,,f.1Ag:j'.if'-win f 1- f--vf'4lf- ' '-.,, fx ., y f, For , qi- 'iff f I F1 x - v 'Stl J-6" rl 'P' ,if JI ,A 4114 , R I ' 4 5 , Q .a- fd "W ,X , . , - --':':em89g.df .. - ' - "1 .. - Autumn Ends the Glen deserted . . . Tome and he Camp ,na Ill Ill 'll Ill, ' .i his-UP-u 2 - A' W I ..- W ll. 1 , , i , 1 .im'l""' Vuilfdslia- ng' x ,:'f ,Jgjirif I 7 L 1uf"- , " - :F ' ' Y X X Tin V5 ,. 4' nh, '-any , 4' X, 1 'RQ . ?f'Q':Qs- is ax o lx X iiKx'lYEXlXLx1QMiAHKi1 ' 'GKW1 X fx C "' FACI LTY 5 Q Hfzfrf , 1, A 5 3,f-.,v.gf- ., faagk., ,Q-.-1 , .,.. V 32443:-z1'a.v'f:.4.l,i ' ' 3 -1 . , -isx . 'i--Q.-PI 'ZTYYW ! 'T ,,,,pif' .-.f -pf A 51,1 if S A..-Q-nn' T- ' ' , President X . B Kenneth Browne lean of Iusfruclion l .fx Q .f , . . Q ja? Orielle Murphy Dean of Sfzzcfcvzfs 11' .qv ,J 'ifrwi R Q Inside the newly decorated administrative oiices, the intricacies of college business were exe- cuted. Here the schedules were made, the budgets worked out, and the hundred and one details of running a college were performed. Here problems were brought and solved. To the people who worked in these oilices we looked for statements of policy and for the evidences of the backbone of our college. Al mimzzistmlziio Vlr karl Moser M55 A-S1195 Debaugh Buimrss Manager Affivg Regisirar ti' Y ,ff us, z' J- S? i - :iff 45, 2? fray . gf ! f f xii s Jf 4? X am X f X 'T fm 1 Wf IH wr I l f 'l7!L T' ,Q , In iff! IV' My fy' "' ee fiifaaff . Y aa. .. s' if , 'gif-f, 'j: 531' '- ' , - -23 ' ff f ' Qg E 1 f , . 1 f -xe is ,--are , 2 , 7-ff Q ' ' i rs 1, Q54 1, Ex, , 'N ' A 223. ?f 2537? EF? 2 ' f infra-1, ' - 5 L S551 FSL' ' fe Fr7L-,,.---. 'Fi' 4 5 .4,,eg,4,e4--V . f- .MM S' 4lHI":,r ,4 I, f."Jt'iC1f?'U,?i -f. '-wil"IinA1'f,,sma7l'v.f:,'fry '.-'ffmmnfm ' U' '1.g.,..- 16 1 XX - M r. Robert Abcndroth Etlurnliou Qs 'E is x . Faculty otlicc: a place to retreat from questioning students, Miss Earthel Anderson Rfsiafunl Dirrflur ' ff f . , t X f i 'UL NW V xx . E12 ' , , A V --nil. , " ' I 'sf' X ' T' 17 Miss Allenc Archer EJuf.:lmu 5-1-0- N, tw, Lg' " , Mr. john R. Bnrclmm Sflrm 1' M155 Mary Baslcr Snfvuv 1 ix0rfRrviflz11! Dir'c'z'Iol' ' 1 X L x Q ,', v0"" Doctor Corrinne Bizc Hmllb Mr. John P. Bollinger Mum' r A 1 , lfg 4,1-4' 1 .Il " .fi ! -i-22' f v n V1 W Q 2:51 if-5 b- 1 . ' :ir QI. ' '25 AR45 fi-N Doctor George Beishlag Social Sriruff' Doctor Edward Bcvins Englixb W 18 1 , JA.. Doctor George Coleman Sorial Srieurr Mr. David Cornrhwnitc Edzlralion M r. Frank Burricr Erllrolllou Doctor Frances Clnrkc - V -- A it Pryrhulogx . Y Al , X fe-E 1 V W 'Pk V .kj-' 'leg A X-ix A -,N ' Q f X x Q2 .l 'UN K. 'AAN M 'iaf' , V' 1 , :aff . Thr .4. , X A I rvsfiv- Nl, A! -'2- ,ff-'r' 'F i xfv' '-Y J? I 'L 1' 473-133' .' -"ES"ifE 1 Q I :. 2 ' .. - ? -5 .A 1 ' . - .5 1-- ' V in -: 1 Effaix- 177.-' ' L- et'-93 af? U", xg: -33? 11: N at .1 . . :L n-3. 13 w ' ..1. iz- -1.-' . . - .'-'L'L"ll'. -1. -1- su I9 Mr. Louis Cox Srirun' Doctor Eunice Crab! rcc Eugliwly Doctor Compton Crook Sfirmn' Mr, John Duro Mnxir f'5 ,gpg- '1 IM , l rx ,V . 2 , I iv N 1 ., , - 2 .X 1 ff. . ,, , , A U. , f ill: .1-:I-1 Z'1-, . f-rrf. -.-'rf 1. y figifj fi. 5 -fjpx . gjrgifi. K- ,-x,gg,,, . K If- 3 ,Q ,ff - 1 f iii-'C-A - - s . i rf T1 'iff 9 L f 14 7 fn, ' nijffiwfs L' ff. ' - .- 1: f.o:1H,o1..Qf 1:fv:f.:QQ- f nv -f , A ' 123.55 Miss Georgia Economou IK , Euglixb "Wx K4-Q Mr. -Ioscph Falco Doctor David Furman Sofia! Sm-urn Doctor Regina Fitzgerald I I 'Q I Sofia! Srimfc ummm I N4 Lf Eflnrrzllolz 20 , , Mr. Richard Frost English Miss june Gilcoync Pbyxifal Elfumlinu ,haw , . '- :QW -,-- 1 ' Xi ., :J-ff l 5 ' Q ' N ' ,- 1 ' 1 A "f1?f ,wg ,IK 'v 1 Q ix- ' L ,P N 'G . w lflfr 'U' , . .' 5 ' Q fifl, 1 ... ' 525- ' N vjghyr' ., ff w I, 1 , 1. .ln5,-t,- W1 Q." 3' 5.5" Doctor William Hanley Effllfd-H011 J i 'I' Mr. Charles l-laslup l , Muxir I 1 -,I f r. lf , . V A bv -x 4 ' if X . ' 1 .G E 5 1 1 in ,. N fws Q 21 ' - T .5 4? -A .qu -.E R A Aff Doctor NYU fred Hnlluwny Sfivllm' Doctor Genevieve Hcagney' I'v'iflrllv.1l-Lila Ln' Tull Srlvvnl . 3' ix? 'V ' ' . I f 'l1:1,:L'.:3,"., .- ru-2 ,' 'jg' ry' L,.1.f,, :' LL. , 1 '. , -a Q34-5? 1 X 2: ' ' Miss Nina Hughes Erzglixlr Doctor Harry Hutson Social Srimfv f-K iw! 10" an '051 'qui' !' 2, ffg, .- NJYNW' f 1 ' E ,Lf Doctor Mahlon I-lcllerich X Sofia! Srivufc I ' 6 Q I Q Q Mr. Richard Holler gk' Eflnratiou rl -ggi. . 5 . .ITITY +A li 7 . K :gm 5 F - - 'mrfg rfx. ' - '22-w.fs?s:,' I 'Cf ' - fx , Maas Mary Cathcrinc Knlxl . X Sofiul Stimu- 51., -5 .I 5 '1 " ' - Mr. John Lewis Englixff 22 v 1 w , N-.L . L Doctor Frank Mann E y I'x5z'l1ologv ' B495 QQ., 5 1-Q x 5,4 Mr, Curtis Martin Y X .I-Q., Social Sfirlfuf Tm-Ra , ws. 1 .w"f' 1. . Isl av H, I Y W vu 5 N x 'I-1" '1 A 1 i w l I w i P Q I 1 Doctor john Matthews I 1 Sorinl Sfimrc 1 5' 195 i W Miss jean Milner I In Librarian N ,Vg ,- A ' ,K X , .v W X 'x I Docxor Donald Minnegan Pbyxinll Ilxfnrnliuu xx S , X ' ' X 9 ' x 5 ' Q 1 Docmr Harold Moscr X Y Eflurnlinn E I I 'A 23 Q55-f . A I -' Q ,sg 17 Of a ' f iv ,R rl , 0 'Q fi-- Mr. Karl Moser Bmirlrsx lwflllnlgfl' Doctor Francis Mueller Malbruzaiirs Mr. Samuel Nass . Aff , ' Q4--. N r -.. J -'F ' ' ' ' me 1 K , .. ' I Dr.Eclw:1rd Nculnnclcr ' ' Phyclvulogy yr' ' ' x fffh Miss Fayncllc Newland W Auf. Rvrillvvll Dirrflar f gl, ,Q lx A -152 A-ns..- 'AWEIV if fr on 3 jrpftix vu, A , N 451- t, , f f if 'X , , fx' ,V ' 24 Mr. William Nugent Sofinl Srivrfrv Doctor Lois O'Dcll ff, Srivun' l. Q., ,I mx ' mf. William o'su11iw, '-f,, " , Iiwgliyb N7 , Y- . 6' , v ' 1? 3 I. ' , 1 W NN," fri N o , Q--W "Wg, i r - -'S ' Doctor Charles Onion ' I' 5061111 Sz'irrl1'1' 1 A R A fl' --g-- Doctor XY'illi:ln1 Pelham in Sfiwrfr lx, . 1 Mrs. Francis Pcrrinc Jul. Rvxiffrul Dirvrlnr Mr.Sr.1nlcyPollnck Ari 1 - s fx, x x il Uf sa H 'f- 4- -. 1'-Q, ,.,, 1 2 X C ,G X ' favs- S9-. Q - R., 2 5 1 ' 'ng L31 , Miss Dorothy Reeder Hmm' I.ilvrariau .J J ..-I 'BA E5 'M 1 - 1 Q Mr. Carl Rcitenbac h W Hvuflb I.. P K ' L 3. Doctor Harvey Saxton Erln6afi011 vp" Miss Ellen Smith Librarian RIP-"' X 4- ff' 'Ui 26 . as B'- Docmr Edward Rubcndnll Sricncv Doctor Marian Sargent English L ba Y.. 1 1 Doctor Kenneth Stringer Srirncv -3 . '-Q1 Doctor june Thcnrlc ta English " ,' 45+ ' fL9'? X 1.1. . 5. "6 '97 ne-5 i X Mr. jack Smith Spvvrb Doctor Ruth Smith Eduralion ,-Ax i Mrs, Virginia Tilghman Rrxirlvuf Hall Suprrz isor Doctor Zenith Vclic Iiilucaliou Doctor Marvin Volpel Malbfmalifs Mr. Ernst O, von Schwerclnner Larlguagz' Af:-7" ii ' i7 6 L w ,MQ 3 '1 -' -af: ll rr- ,M 3 1'5- "'l'.:f-T" N-lf' Nz-If Miss Emma W'eyforLl1 Music Doctor Walter Williamson Ellufafimx 'bf 'intp-r X - Q.- K L 28 EW- 1' 'Sis Lg., Mrs. Josephine Wagemnnn Rrxirfmft Dircclor Miss Marianna Ward Srbool Num' 1. wr . . ' X X six- Q f, . . vw :K CELL f Ms Miss Isabel Wilnor I Librarian-Lida Lee Tull Srbool .Wk M' Miss Annie Xvinslow ., - I - Librarian iw ... 'inf' J 'Y -1 . A 4., I ' "' . ,' ' X' 'Ju ' X, i ' ' i + Mr. Phineas Wright English "' . . 5 IDS vi. 'flig ' 4 Mr. Arthur Yarborough ' ' 7 .4 Sricnrr ' ,, li ' it 'N' L, .1. .x A uf. 'sv' - -i ?'if5?'57i5' in, wi- x-'V' .M 29 K ,I Bififs Q - .Asia .ug gg.. . -, - , I : 'E ' 'i i' Miss Merle Yoder Lilrmriau Miss Mildred Zindlcr Ar! '71, :mv 'si .VI ST . 1 .6 W QJTQQCQANJY1 1::ai-ana-W1 -, It "' x y, , - Q1 'l , - ' ' , 1 . . ,, 2 f x 3 i XX rx -- qzux i A I Xi s . - H 2 -- J A L4..+.-... .si- .-.,..rx... .i,4g.-..-f...:Q,f- gigs.-k..N Liza. ,W ,,4,1g.,.,-u.',,-ga: S.. 4 TIONS 9 , A fi AWQ T S was the governing body of the school. Student Government Association The Student Government Association this year found itself under the guidance of Jim Binko, presidentg Dudley Davis, vice president, Ronnie Wartman, treasurer, Carolyn Williams, secretaryg and Shirley Helwig, social chairman. Through the leadership of this formidable group the S.G.A. groped its way through a year that was very trying indeed. Almost none of the S.G.A. sponsored events were able to be carried out as originally planned because of the uncontrollable intervention of either bad weather or illness, both of which were especially prominent during this year-1957-58. Coupled with these repeated brushes with nature, the S.G.A. was saddled with the additional financial burdens which were brought about by the last minute failure of such events as the Sweetheart Dance. Nevertheless, through wise government, the Student Government managed to survive what might otherwise have been a rather disastrous year. ,I es Binko P exidmt 32 v A i 1 Y lk, 5K I l a l ,. 3 -Wu ,.- 'D- x Executive council of the Student Government: Lrfl to rigbf, Larry Hutchins, member an large: Carolyn Williams, corresponding secreuryg Ronnie Whrrnian, treasurerg Joan Arcluumbaulg, recording secretary: Mike De Vim, member nr large: Peggy Mullicnn, parliamentariang Ons Lnupus. member an largeg Bill Mclntyrc. member at lnrgcg Shirley Hclwig, social chairman. 33 .11 3' Rosemary jenkins and john Schriefer Co-Edilofs Lenora Carr Senior Edilor jackie Meacham Tjping Edifar James Xviedermann Busivwsx Manager QQ 6,45-f LV.- ,Q 1? 19' .1 61 I Ml .Z , rx ff' 1" .J ' eww r V 5 Qxq 5 ,- 'W' '.a--- ,gr-V i Sf Ginny Ford Sue Finney Dudley Davis Bea Glinkovsky Senior Ediigy Pfmlograpfsy Erfllor Ar! Eliiuv Lilrrary Edilor The Touurr Erfyovs staff proved to bc 3 hard working group. 'Dx Louise 1 Nyberg Layoul Editor N IQ. Lee Hughef Sjvmfv Eklllnr K? Q ..-- If I , ' 17,-ff . I,-ur. . f ' plfl, X . . 1 'g Inyfli A.,-1: ,. if f awe' Wifakxi A' 'IFIW' 1 an . - . Ls. ,Q .rat t .nf M i " P 11" Staff Members Anne Branch Fred Levin Dick Meyers, Lou W'hire, Nancy Craig, Carol Solomon. To W W L og Ill The evaluation of "news worthiness" and the decision as to the amount of space an article deserved starts the weekly Tower Light cycle. From here the page editors pick it up, plan their layouts and post their assignments. Reporters hound the oflice door looking for their names on the assign- ment sheet, comparing their assignments with the others listed, wondering when they would get a story "worthy of their talents." And so it went from interview to typist to galleys and the printed pageg each issue reflecting the life and interests on ToWson's campus. Boss Lady"-Ann Branch Looking over a fresh issue Roy Dzughton-Pbalograpby Edilor Tlx TL-f Bill Fallowiield gets a story F' -, 'X " In X, 37 Prellymuu Couuei l President, Agnes Kardosg Vice Presi- dent, Ada Biglerg Secretary, Bertha Vesperg Service Chairman, Elizabeth Hughes, Parliamentarian, Joyce Wrightg Fire Chief, Helen Beairg Social Chair- man, Judy Leeg Resident Director, Faynellc Newland. Newell R ielvzmozrul iw House Couueil President, Frances Mullendoreg Vice President, Barbara Derry Secretary, Ethel Gardener, Parliamentarian, Carole Palmerg Fire Chief, Elaine Hall. Fresh muu Advisory Council President, Agnes Kardosg V.P., Nelson Bolenderg Secretary, Carol Beachly: Treasurer, Linda Hig- gins, Membership Chairman, Sidney Tishlcrg S.G.A. Rep., Margaret Moodieg Faculty Advisor, Dr, Walter Williamson. Future Teuchrers' of Almerifcu President, Frances Del.auderg V.P., Charlotte Rasin, Secretary, Lois Enfield, Treasurer, Richard Shoemaker, S.G.A. Rep., Mary Dell Dix, Faculty Advisor, Dr. Regina Fitzgerald. 0 I esadeuce Couuwl WOMEN-Social Chairman, Sharon Romer: V.P., joan Archaumbaultg President, Doris Weimcrt, Secretary, Margaret Moodieg Treasurer, Nancy Heim. MEN-President, Nelson Bolenderg V.P., Carey Bolstcrg Secretary, Tom Ellamg Treasurer, Ken Steiner, E. Hall Rep., Joseph Ourslerg Social Chairman, john Fanning, Parliamcnrarian, William Mclntyreg S.G.A. Rep., Pete Coutrosg Faculty Advisor Mrs Kurt Wagemann is fb X '01 Z ,f .auxin ritual .. 4 , Kappa Delta Pi Pres., James Skarbeckg Vice Pres., Shirley Thim, Betty Hughesg Sec., Linda Higginsg Treas., Joy Frizzelg Hisr., Betsy Pulsiferg Faculty Advisor, Dr. Eunice Crabtree. Veterans Clzuzln Pres., Jack Perillag Vice Pres., Chuck Robbins, Sec., Frieland Farandg Treas., Jack Zimmerman: Social Chairman, Carol Miles, S.G.A. Rep., Henry Litchfuss. lm lernalziomzal Relalioznzs Clalw Pres., Evelyn Krollg Vice Pres., Pat Lastowskig Sec. Faye Redding, Treas., Judy Kreusingerg S.G.A. Rep., Catherine Widener, Faculty Advisor Dr. Mahlon Hellerich. Gamma Tlvzela Upsilomz Pres.. Paula Miller, Vice Pres., Larry Hutchins: Sec., Frances Meorschal, Bertha Vesper, Treas., Sidney Tishlerg Social Chairman, Benita Mermel- steing Faculty Advisor, Dr. David Firman. y Q S-In ' UN- if S.C.Al.. hair Pres., Geraldine Hallq Director, Miss Hazel MacDonald. 'J ' .5 . 1 , , li . if 1 . A il. 'i?1xl - i, 41 i l- 1 1,1 1 I i , , rm T 1 l r, f -I , ' - .2-' 'A T-', -- - -SN....' ' P - , 'f' '.,-fa .. f i '-1344-.glf A - X 1-fix-rams ' " J- f faifl re. . L... Mem is Chorus Mr. john Duro, Faculty Director Urchestzmz Pres., Ernest Forrhmang Vice Pres., Millie Ledbetrerg Sec.-Trcas., Gretchen Simmonsg Librarian, Frank Burrier: S.G.A. Rep., Marian Zimmermang Faculty Director, Mr. john Bollinger. Al i C7 Jazz Club Pres., Gordon Grayg Vice Pres.. Bob Mayo, Sec., Jim Dong: Treas., Bob Mayo. -T. .. ff ' T' 'T ' fi To wars E Editor in Chief, Betty Stoneg Business Manager, Gerry Hall, Arr Editor, Dudley Davis, Editorial Ass't, Marilyn Vl'illiams, Linda Haferg Faculty Advisor, Dr. Edward Bevins. . 4,vfr' Glen Players X -sl Pres., Bruce Johnsong Vice Pres., Pat Griding Sec., ' a Benira Schapiro, Katherine Mclntyreg Treas. Marilyn Millerg Parliamentarian, Paul Budnyg S.G.A. Rep., Gerald Rileyg Faculty Advisor, Mr. William Kramer. Y ' .' :FV TVIMUPPT J 1 " .,-1.4.1-s .. , , 4541.-..f. - x I S 1 .ll 1lxfA 1 , i s R' 1 N 1 ian.. :bf kd! xv Y . ,., -f... 3 51-3 fa-.gr , F2 ' - . 1 f 13. AQ.. A A LHZASLAQ hz Lids , U15 flrtifla.. Fl- 1.-L'...h ffl. QL ' ' is. .. -as LL 1, ' ll L EFX" V 1 .4 X ' an -wa vc ff-'A .bf 3- I r 1121 ei -s ' I i W 1 . N 1 -N. Newman Club i Pres., Catherine Gardincrg Vice Pres., Ed Sistckg Sec., Ruth Sassamang Trcas., Kitty Campbellg S.G.A. Rep., Antoinette Andolfatto. nl AE X--A, , . Lutheran f Szfzuzdem is Pres., Barbara Derrg Vice Pres., Elizabeth Eserg Sec., Frances Moerschnlg Treas., Arline Wed- ' moreg S.G.A. Rep., Arthur Laupusg Faculty Advisor, Dr. .Y Lois O'Dell. 44 fy i 5 , Cuuterbury Club Pres., Don Grossg Vice Pres., Bill Fallowiieldg Sec., Carol Srriebg Treas., Beverly Heimg S.G.A. Rep., Edgar Krout. , A I 'l fl Sk, 1 3 'xX- 1- 1 Westmiuister Ffelbowsb ip Pres., Harry Langg Vice Pres., Eleanor Batesg Treas., Janice Stubbs. Iubezfvumziiy Club Pres., Louisa Jones: Vice Pres., Eileen Buxleyg Sec., Dick Shortr, Shirley Thomasg Treas., Janice Stubbs: S.G.A. Rep., Edward Fildong Faculty Advisor, Faynelle Newland, Dr. Kenneth Browne. 117 C7 -AA I ' I i 'I 'C Q-r 1 o 0 Q94 o Wesley Clulv Pres., Shirley Ensorg Vice Pres., Barbara Hazeng Sec., Joyce Wrightg Treas., Edith jacksong S.G.A. Rep., Pat Rubleg Faculty Advisor, Miss Nina Hughes. Stufclent Cltristiun Alssoe.. Pres., Beverly Heimg Vice Pres., Helen Nelsong Sec., Donna Rexroadg Treas., Katherine Engleg Parliamentarian, Betsy Pulsiferg S.G.A. Rep., Helen Robbins, Advisor, Miss Merle Yoder. w I r lnter Fuitlvz Council Pres., Dick Shorttg Vice Pres., Carol Rugersg Sec.- Treas., Joyce Wright, S.G.A. Rep., Shirley Ensorg Faculty Advisor, Dr. Mahlon Hellericll, Dr. Harry Hutson. ,":9r,....,..,, ,rw 1. L.,-gf . X ' - -' -Q A if Y wif'-' L - "A-Fri: - S '-vt .av--, ll 1- 7. L. - -4i9tJ'n! V m Jewish V Sizwdemz is Pres., Hilda Pollackg Vice Pres., Barbara Marksg Sec., JoAnn Carsong Treas., Barbara H Turneskyg Inter Faith Rep., Sylvia Grossman: S.G.A, Rep,, Brenda Blumenfelxg Faculty Advisor, Dr, Neulander. Ma mhfaz I I gs 0135151 ill emi S5000 B ' S d Al Pres., Anne Birxg Vice Pres., Marilyn Sackg Sec., june Pellg Treas., Rosalie USil!0I1: 5-G-A RCP-, PM Flkkingffi FICUIIY Advisor, MBS Presa, Evelyn Gatleyg Vice Pres., Carole Holmesg Sec., Joyce Reinhardtg Pearle Blood. Social Chairman, Ladonna Whaleyg Faculty Advisor, Dr. Harry Hutson. 'T"' Fffif Z'II"'.I.'?15!'l' ' x1f,,.,.w- . ' 'f- ff "4 " . .uri UF . F ' .L.4ih.Qa.ig1 x tv 'G l 1,'s I-F1 B ' r i i gl 4 L N L -Hs' k I g If reshmefz znz, Fresh mem gzesgmen 67033595 Qfenfuze Excited nervous freshmen plunged into a new role-that of becoming an integral part of the Towson system. "Mov- ing in" was accomplished with record speed and a maximum of efficiency, Hungrily, students nibbled on tea sandwiches and longed for submarines. Sunday night found the males enjoying a stag party, while the females, garbed in their favorite night apparel, sandwiched themselves into Newell Hall Foyer. Descending upon the Student Centre, freshmen munched on crullers and gulped their coffee from paper cups, while transfer students sipped their brew out of frail china cups and ate dainty slices of coffee cake in the more "cultured" atmosphere of Richmond Hall Parlor. Testing and registration began-Moser and Jones were in their glory. the book. V,p 1.1 I' , 5-if .RW ,ku I jx 1' ,I j I I Iiiverywlnere A fashion show, pointing out the conventional dress ex- pectations of Towson students, was held in the auditorium by members of the F.A.C. The brain washing continued. Having circled left and circled right, the freshmen circled out of the gym and into more tests. Ibsen and Shakespeare were interpreted by the Glen Players as they put in their annual plug. Bel Air pro- vided fresh air for the freshmen and stimulated goose pimples. Freshman Week ended with a bang of the piano in the Student Centre as parents and their off-spring congregated in this arty atmosphere, sipping punch and biting into home- , made cookies. And so initiation ended and a new era began. I 4 I I I I I , . I , , I I I FAC breaks down, after a week with the Freshmen, I I I I I I X I I I What? No elevators I ,I .I 'e -,. ,. 5 I Xt fN Qflfzpezalizssman 'zziue DIZ ffie Scene 2-,-Af Dyed to match. no her Year Almo her S ep In mid-September the sophomores, juniors, and seniors moved in upon the residence halls amidst a barrage of card- board boxes, suit cases, trunks, and all of the other moving in paraphenalia. By the time the upperclassmen arrived, the freshmen, F.A.C., and the various house committees were already firmly established. Throughout the day, new roommates conferred about furniture arrangements and closet arrangements. When closet and drawer spaces had finally been completely allo- cated, then began the tiresome process of unpacking the various containers in which they transported all of their college regalia from home to school. Finally at the end of the day when rooms were finally settled for the year for at least for a few weeksl the new arrivals moved-in again upon the Student Center or any of l the more handy Towson centers. ,f f Ts. A Bargain! 59.50-59.25 52 K X X X x AU Mos: popular course Student Center 999 l Emi Dressed Jlffiaa Sgazon 6f?onza'z T65 "I fm. Homecoming Qzuzeeznz 514615. Sus glzofzlnan 1' 4 . , I , . ' ' nf " xx 'Cla "- 1 ' y " X ff D -tl If W f M ws? I 4,51 ' E K hw 1 Q , I fe' gi 1 L ff- nfs Q-9 'Ill- f. 4 4 .xi "5 The .71 57 Hwmecomimg Court Miss Wilma Long, Miss Diane Renshaw, Miss Carolyn Coakley, the Queen, Miss Sharon Romer, Miss Diane Edgell, and Miss Lenora Carr. 56 1 L E 1 P I I i w 1 6 43 4-sr' x v' L fit 'Q -',RKg!,,xgr ,fx 1 ,., Y xfn lllqqpgps G-' 1111 j r ' 1 iQ-H I ALM Towson cheerleaders ride to the game in style. X The semors put the finishing touches on their entry. Homecoming Queen of 1956, Miss Mary Wimmer, presents flowers to Miss Protzman. N . XLL 57 Prezwfymazmz Hall fr., Albert S. Cooke .Library 1"' 1 'W 57:1-., 1- ' 4 ' '. . ' - Jie . ' Q w , I L - 1 ' , . , if ' nn 552- ,... -sg V ,5,d'1'.L,,'2F'f5-iff?-7-'ZEL IL- '-Y' ' ""- - -- . . , . . , .-5Q.f1.,,,. x ., - 1"' .:f- f' I. -T ' 'Z 'iff' :f,----A ,,w..f. .QiS"ir'13a-1" T ' . " ,.:gQf:, ,,...- "Lg,Q",'13"'l4'f,:'A',""w-' ' fwelimr ' . -, -' M. . -, , ,1, -,::r"fff'1-,::.. . 1 ,ffwnms-53'-'f2"'-.N, 3,1 Y . . '- ' '?'- , ' ,ff ,...-i'ilK" uf' , "4 ' ' ' - - ,,, . - -,N ...,.,,,......,,.-. --- -- . U . m , '-iff? - ' ' ' , J zr Y , - 4 :jr ' v lug- .Q iq qf'W'e9Wul5.i12l25 th'--if 'ff' 0-- -f' " . ' ., . X gx - . ... F- . - 1 ., f ,La .-'..- f '-'---- - f-- . H1 ,g' "- '---' " .Ugg . 4' ., WJ ', ?4'A.!' , , . "ax mf . ' ' -' "" "' -1, .:- " ' ' ' -- ,,,..,,, .,- ,, f , . - '22, .- 3, '- , -. . ' -.. 4 'Hg ". ' 51 ".. I , . McKeldim Helps edicaz te New wildzimzg The 1957 Convocation was given over completely to the dedication of Towson's new library and women's residence hall and the renaming of other campus buildings. Guest speakers at the dedication ceremony were Governor Theodore R. McKeldin and Dr. Thomas Pullen. Both speakers emphasized prog- ress-progress coupled with rededication. The completion of the Albert S. Cook Library and Prettyman Hall has enhanced both Towson's prestige and quality as an institution of higher learning. The dedication of thes badly-needed buildings marked the beginning of Towson's final emergence as a full- fledged college-a college equipped to handle the countless "collegiate" problems. This way to the Reading Room A4 The Holidays Bologni conducts the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. A Towson first-a Buffet Thanksgiving Dinner 5 Q I ' .J an QQLULHA9 After dinner cc-Hee. 60 Thanksgiving brought a change to the familiar dining room. The innovation-the removal of tables and chairs and the serv- ing of a buffet-style Thanksgiving dinner-was purely for the purpose of relieving crowded conditions, but some welcomed the change of routine and associated the difference with the holi- day season. Tradition was resumed, however, by the follow up to the dinner, the Baltimore Symphony Concert and Brahms First seemed especially beautiful that night. At Christmas dinner, tradition prevailed from formal dress and candlelight to turkey, cranberries and pumpkin pie. After dinner, Dr. Santa Claus Hartley and college entertainment pro- vided twenty-five orphans with a bit of Christmas. Caroling, hot chocolate, and cup cakes brought an evening of pre-holiday festivities to an end, and with suitcases packed, we headed for home while STC closed its doors for another Christmas vacation. , 'Lf " 7 Towson students play Santa Claus for underprivileged children, Qfifaiifmaa my 5 X., Xu , . . gr qt f f A 1.3-T 'Q X- ' ' F' ,... N- - ss ks. Q' 'N s A No: piczured . . . the men, they were serving. Reading for the next play, 'IDI UCD Luv-:M , -2. To the Glen Players belong some of the most amaz- ing people on campus. A virtual potpourri of talents, interests and personalities hover around a single core of enthusiasm-the love of the theater and it is, per- haps the strength of this single item that maintains a balance among such a conglomeration of divergences. Yet variety and versatility are just what is needed in an organization of this sort. The production and presentation of fine dramatic entertainment, is pos- sibly, the most difficult and challenging of our college enterprises and is only with a gamut of porficiencies that this challenge can be met. Rehearsal break The lem Myers af 'iv 4. 'xy Q s 4 .li 31,1 , wr, Q .i 1, 4-"7 xl 7 Avglili of Daz E7EEf'g The Antrobus clan hit the college stage for a four day run and amid applause and laughter let the audience know what Mr. Thornton Wilder felt about man's progress through the ages. They made their point well, judging from audience response, and the flashes of humor that are so much a part of "Skin of Our Teeth" were excellently conveyed. The Glen Players seemed to catch and absorb the spirit of the play and became a pure medium between author and viewer. A mem- orable performance was given by Mr. Dennis Fry fMr. Antrobusj who succeeded so well in adopting the identity of his role. Though each actor was a familiar face, for two and one half hours the members of the Glen Players lost their identities and became the instruments of Mr. Wilder's philos- ophy and humor. Mr. Antrobus finds many attractions along the boardwalk in Atlantic City. Q.. O ' 1 Q. ,-. ,,4' . . . You know bow easily your father is uprel AEK J t ,X A , ' garp Miss Aline MacMahon-Guest Sur, U65 gow is 'zssn In the Glen Player's production of The Corn Is Green, Miss Aline MacMahong star of stage, cinema and television, was invited to play the role of the understanding school teacher. Miss MacMahon came to Towson as a member of XNTA's "artist-in-residence" program, which makes it pos- sible for college theatrical organizations to gain valuable ex- perience by acting with professional actors and actresses. The enthusiasm that prevailed the entire week of Miss MacMahon's stay on campus seemed never to have existed before in quite that degree. Opening night was tangible proof. Miss MacMahon, supported by an equally talented cast, scored a hit. Stay away from him. You may ruin his career . . . 64 ,U u Q I nn " I .7 .-Lv, . . . Madge it the prelly amz Madge has always been lb: preiiy our. gDicmfa The Glen Players last presentation of the year was Wil- liam Inge's prize-winning play Picnic. The cast for this rather ambitious venture included several stars, many of whom never played a major role at Towson or elsewhere. Besides the rather large proportion of fresh talent in starring roles, this produc- tion was marked by another innovation: the presentation of the play-in-the-round. The cast, the play, and the theatre- in-the-round were well accepted by the audiences. . . . Plrflvll In mrvlrlm . . sq. 4' us J . '-, W a VC ,XA f - .fvv 1 9 , - ,Yi-if 5 'Z l .A-0116? 1 I 4 64 yy Part of the crowd who danced to the music of Claude Thornhill and his orch srra Hearts and Flowers e1.r A completely decorated and festive Fifth Regiment Armory stood empty on February IS, 1958. The stage had been set for Towson's annual Sweetheart Dance, but Mother Nature stole the show as she blanketed the city with one of the heaviest snowfalls recorded in recent years, causing post- ponement of the dance. The dance was Hnally held a month later at the Pikesville Armory. Hundreds of Towson students and their quests danced to the music of the Claude Thornhill Orchestra. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Miss Shirley Helwig and Mr. Dave King as the 1918 Sweet- heart Couple. ,,. 11. .v,...V 3,11 .t A ,-,l Drew Pearson new efazrsomz Speaks on Campus Drew Pearson, internationally-known columnist, news commentator, and author of "Washington Merry-Go Round," was the choice of the Student Government Association for its annual guest speaker. Mr. Pearson's speech was entitled: "Is the United States a Second Class Power?" In his speech, Mr. Pearson incorporated much of the information he had learned during his recent tour of "iron curtain" countries. An informal coffee hour was given in his honor following the speech. Members of the Student Government Association chat with Mr. Pearson. 68 ! s 1 may QM dlffaai goan 04 -F5 ,,,,l pilflaicf of cvonoz .fsnoza Cam 1459 ' n ,-,J 1 ' 'gg' 1 X- E' 9 1 K x 1 K THE QUEEN AND HER COURT. Slamling: Ivfl lo rigbl, Judy Lee, Agnes Kardos, joan Archnmbzulr, Lcnora Carr, Ruth Sassnman, Louisa jones. Srafnl, Gerri Barnes, Doris Wimcrt, Joanne Padgett, Nancy Hcim, Wilma Long and Carolyn Smich. 'VY ..rf.. A- V - 59- l F"1""-r ,f-ez" May Queen Reigmzs Despite the Rain Miss joan Archambauln is crowned Queen of thc May by Doctor Earle T. Hawkins, president. The queen and her court reign at the May Day festivities I ' K u5 'Y QQ, K X 2 - x -ivy? . 'I i' .. -' X A ,, Following along in the tradition set by preceding 1958 activities, the Festival of Flowers suffered weather interference and had to be held in Stephens Hall. The lower level was crowded with the usual concessions selling cupcakes, lemonade, and lemon-peppermint sticks. Only the cautious Seniors, who feared a small turn-out, failed to open their stand and so no hot dogs were sold that day. The program, held in the audi- torium, got under way with the procession of the May Court and the presentation of the Maid of Honor, Miss Lenora Carr. Mr. Nelson Bolender, acting as master of ceremonies, kept the audience amused as well as informed as to the goings on. Then, the highlight of the afternoon, the crowning of Miss Joan Archambault as 1958 Queen of the May, took place. The col- lege orchestra, glee club and physical education department participated in the program and the children from Lida Lee Tall School also took part. This was a day for parents, students, faculty and alumni to gather at the college, witness the activities, and to spend the day generally visiting. Old and new faces were seen as we walked under over-cast skies, along the campus paths. As a climax to the festivities, a dance sponsored by the Senior Class, was held in Wiedenneld Gym- nasium. It wasn't May Day in its usual senseg it was damp, and cold, and misty. Nevertheless, it was a day enjoyed by all who came. ,xx X X I Regardless of the rain, the concession stands still did n very good business Queen Archambault makes her grand entrance into the auditorium. 1 1 M .if .J D v 4.4 ,tvmwmk A: ff .M v F . is 4 ' f Q.: ,' .Ja 'H .QQ ,kb ' . x I .3 v 1 V f 'N . Tl 1" 1 , xr' K JKQ., . I --' SPORT E'Zd9Qiellif, F-f1'h952F'f--Vklffff? 1 ' ,. f ' lil I l- V , t.,..,.g. V ' l.-.LQ-J.. f A A- li , , ,A ...a.- .- -I flgfig-gsrfuasuun X V w......-- L4!.gL.g ' X ., :VL l 1, ,Q 4 f'ffzf:::2zZ , fs: 'A'- 2 -11' . ,a N. ' - ' V ' l ' A th 148116 gn Ssfocmtwmz lfi'4i'.hK'.. , , A 55???f 514, E.. f . Pres., Bill Reiderg Vice Pres., Henry Fclclmang Sccy., Thomas Elam: TICI-IS-, HCHYY Litchfussq S.G.A. Rep, jim Long. Hiya-fn , Women is A1 N11 lezfic ssoczifcwiomz Pres., Gcrri Barnesg Vice Pres., Kathy Clagcttq S.G.A. Rep., Lorna Penng Historian, Jane Gumpmang Faculty Advisor, Miss Roach. rg .l ' lr!! , - " - Q - - - 4-s C! v5 ,4- ,. .-,Q 'A , T7 'I fi i , .n A '55 sw l V ,If Pres., Lorna Penny Vice Pres., Pat Vernayg S.G.A. Rep., Jean Plia. Cheerleaders "Gimme a 'T.' Gimmie an 'O. "' This is one of the many cheers heard coming from the stands led by the Towson cheerleaders. In their white skirts and white sweaters with the big black and yellow "T," they can be seen at most of the athletic events boosting the morale of the team and the spirit of the student body. LN The chccrlcndcrs always added special flavor to all sports events. T .fs ' ' 77 if X rv, .K , ,, L , V52 X In ' -. 'zu - 1 - Front row, left to rigbi: Ed Sisrek, Bunky Ford, john Williams, Carey Bolsrer, Dick Clem, Paul Perrincola, joe Tischer, Ska: McIntyre, jim Sarnecki Bill Cade Bark row: "Doc" Minnegan, Al Williams, Bunky Hunt, Bob Bowling, Gary Walker, Henry Lichrfuss, Skip Feldman, Ed Lorenz, Bob Taylor. Joe Evans Soccer TOWSON OPPONENT 3 Alumni 3 Salisbury 0 Johns Hopkins 2 Catholic U. 1 Drexel 3 American U. 3 Roanoke 3 Mc. St. Mary's 3 Loyola SCORE 2 1 1 3 2 Z 2 0 1 High scoring Henry Lichrfuss heads ball as Scar Mclntyrc prepares to take if down field. ' In spite of loss of key players from last yearis winning team and injuries, Towson State's 1957 soccer team turned in a 6-3 slate for the season. Each of the team's losses was by a one-point margin. The Knights' 31-game winning streak was ended by Catholic University, one of the top three rated soccer teams in the nation. Several Towson men were honored by being named to "all" soccer teams. Last year's All-American back Henry Litchfuss, Wilhe Reider and Dick Clem were named to the first string Mason-Dixon Conference team. Ed Lorenz was selected for the second string Mason-Dixon team, and Bunky Hunt was given honorable mention. Four Knight players made the All-Southern Conference team. They were: Henry Litchfuss, Bob Bolling, Ed. Sistek, and Dick Clem. P143 '1 3 Y I 5'-K ' Senior Henry Lichtfuss displays the form which made him high scorer for the Knights, as well as an All-American back. Goalie Willie Reider makes another great "save." 79 ... I " i.,jS?i B- li " V ' L ., . ' -' ' .'-nba . ' , 'Y . t' Q... '- " f -- "-.. s'b"":::'3..,.q,""4F-Q . , 1 Q Sams: 5-f2""',,5-553 1: . H. .jg -' ::,..-' '1's:Li.-ff14T:s-:Q'-rf, ir ."" ' 65.5 ,vs -- -fkfsesggigf-siege-:ma,zs 14-'ga '-0:5-42+ -.L.'1'5,gl.' ' Ltd ' -' 'tl J -ss 7-i-og!-V .." -- - -R- - ,ni 1- . V -4 'lr' ' Q. - - .. --4.1-at . . dvi u - gli.. Q - , -. . I .Q-,, ,Az L - .F 'P x 'W .If 5.. -. 5' as Ju , . . - ' , ---,f . ,atb "' - 'C - ' -. ,. . - . . .. . . if fx " - K 435.1-0' .,,. - .0 'VAX' rv , n-Y . - " rF,a..'.:f:.. , ' - J! 21" 0 Cross Country Coached by Mr. Carl Reitenbach, Towson's small, but spirited 1957-S8 cross country team turned in a 2-4 record for the season. The team's victories came at the expense of Bowie State Teachers College and Gallaudet College. Fresh- man Tom Bittinger proved to be an outstanding runner for the team. Le t io ngbl Ed Badalato Don Pace Frank Barrier, Bill Bosley, Tom Bittenger, and Mr. Carl Reitenbach, coach. 5- , E.. 'I s 1, . .3 ,-.N 'A Left lo riglvi: Bill Gede, Don Pace, Joe Ourslcr, fe I rg W-lf - al e e 9' I . l I, . .-Aff' -. ' , f '22 'I 12" a -, '33 Q J... 4 , .wr , fi fi Milt Salisbury. Indoor Yrwck Towson's winter track squad was small this year, but they performed well. Coachecl by "Doc" Minnegan the relay team, consisting of Joe Tischer, Ed. Badalato, Bill Gede, and Don Pace, placed second in the annual Mason- Dixon Relays. The same combination took fourth place in the Star Meet held in Washington, D. C. Don Pace proved outstanding in the mile relay. Ill 1 AA I1 Wrestling Hit hard by the loss of several key men from last yearss squad, the 1957-S8 wrestling team still managed to post a respectable 4-4 record. One of the highlights of the season was Dick Clem's victory over Baltimore University's Bernie Gordon in the finals of the Mason-Dixon Champion- ship tournament held at Towson. This victory not only gave Clem his third Mason-Dixon championship, but helped him win the title of "Outstanding Mason-Dixon Confer- ence Wrestler of the Year." Next year the Knights will be without the services of seniors Jim Long, Dick Clem, Carey Bolster, and Lee Hughes, but prospects for next year's team look bright. Don Sudbrink will be back along with such promising matmen as Bill Kerby, Bob Rothgaber, Ray D'Amario, Dave Steffen- son, Ron Engle, Joe Evans, and Norm Dean. Trapped Gallaudet matman struggles in vain to escape thc clutches of veteran Don Sudbrink. Le' t to right: Bill Ketby, Jim Long, Dick Clem, Carey Bolster, Don Sudbrinlt, Dave Stcffenson Lee Hughes Bob Rothgaber Bob Turner Bill McIntyre and Coach x on Schwerdtner. f 1 -2 fm, ,- u e , ' lv' 1" f 'A ,I 1,1 .' "rl . 1' 1 I H Q4-u' 'f 4 if 7 - x K. Qs Newcomer Bob Rothgaber prepares ro pin American University foe. TOWSON OPPONENT SCORE 1 1 Norfolk 21 5 Shippensburg 31 18 Western Md. 12 l0 Balto. U. 21 8 Gallaudet 24 24 American U. 8 22 Catholic U. 11 26 . Drexel 8 l67-pound clmmpion Dick Clem sets up :mother opponent for a pin. MaS0mHDix0m Wresilimg Tmzuzrznzfczzmeznzt ' L ll A l U ' ' ' ' . gg: a iainlgglptiii to m mencan nnemn mailman Human tug of war takes place as Bully Kerby attempts ' to floor opponent. Freshman Bill Kerby upends Gallaudet grappler in Mason Dixon tournament. r I f lv -+4 1 ' Z 1 Iss' I , fl ,I -.Q-ev..- Three times 167-pound wrestling champion Dick Clem holds proudly his Outstanding W'restler's award. Dave Srclfcnson, jim Long, Mr. Von and Dick Clem witness lense mumcnt at the tournament, jim Long is saved from possible doom by referees off-bounds signal. iz, i - ,,, ,-1-1-.s-T it X Dave King engages in a free-for-all as he attempts to outstretch two Lynchburg hoopsters. TOWSON OPPONENT 72 Gallaudet 68 49 Hopkins 55 79 Western Md. 70 Catholic U. 61 86 Randolph Macon 61 71 Lynchburg 58 63 Wm. and Mary 69 Drew U. 51 Baltimore U. 54 Bridgewater 45 American U. Basketball With the 1958 basketball team it was the age old story -lack of height. Towson had good outside shooters in Dave Eden and jerry Masemore, but lacked the height to get the ball off the boards. Dave Eden was the team's lead- ing scorer with 243 points. His scoring ability was missed by the team when a broken wrist forced him to miss the last three games of the season. Henry Lichtfuss, Bunky Hunt, and Henry Feldman turned in good performances for the Knights throughout the season. SCORE 45 56 60 70 78 99 74 61 80 S3 77 69 50 60 65 94 4 Fx 5 Bunky Hunt wrests ball from grasp of Lynchburg Braxe as jerry Mascmore Fran! rouJ le I lo right Jerry 'Vlasemore Barry Smnh Da c Bde Skip Feldman Second mu. Bob Burgess Tom McAulxHe Bunky Hunt Dare Ixmg Henrx I. chcfuss Ax. X .X S -.-if ff' "'. . " - I 7-1.,' ,Q . L -...Q-I Bark row, Inf! lo rigblz Bunky Ford, Lee Hughes, jack Sleigh, jack Edwards, Spiro Malas, Bob Taylor, Martin Schwartz, Ron Blake. Scfomz' row: Coach Dietrich von Schwerdtner, Don Sudbrink, jim Sarnecki, Ron Engle, joe Tischer, Lee Noel, Jack Reider, Street Whirehurst, Fran! raw: Al McNemar, Ron XVartman, jim Long, Dun Vetters, Glenn jones, Scat Mclntyre, Dave Steffanson. Towson's Glenn jones takes a shot at Baltimore junior College goal. 4 EQ: ,f .'.c,.,-' ..- V-J U . -av. ---f Lacrosse The year 1958 saw the birth of a new sport on the Towson campus. After a long struggle, permission was granted for the formation of a lacrosse team. Towson's team, for the most part, was composed of inexperienced players. The Hne first-year performance turned in by the squad was a testimony to the coaching of Dietrich von Schwerdtner and his assistant, Street Whiteford. The Knights opened the season with scrimmage against the Johns Hopkins Freshmen team and the Baltimore Uni- versity "B" squad. Towson lost both of these scrimmages by a ll-3 count. They held an undefeated and highly-rated Baltimore junior College squad to 9-7 and 11-8 scores in the two games played with them. Towson ended its season by defeating a highly respected Baltimore Lacrosse Club by an 11-4 score. Coach von Schwerdtner has high hopes for next year's squad. The only men missing from the team will be the three senior captains, Lee Noel, Lee Hughes, and Ron Wartman. Stzickmeznz lzmwzde Towson Campus The team receives last minute instructions from Coach von Schwcrdtncr Baltimore junior College goalie blocks Towson's s onng auempt. ,. li -' -ff --ww Bazse' ba Z I Coach Earl Killian's 1958 baseball team finished the season with a 5-8 record which was a possible 3rd place in the Northern Division of the Mason Dixon Conference. The team started in a winning way, defeating American University by a 9-6 count and American University by a 9-3 score. Then the bottom fell our as the team took a 20-1 shellacking from Washington College and an 18-8 beating from Western Maryland. However, the Knights did do much to bolster their ego by defeating both of their ' " Cross-town rivals. Baltimore University fell 4-2 and Johns Hopkins found itself at the short end of a 9-2 count. . 1 . I . ,-. . , x A- ,.-.o- ' Bridgewater batter literally bites the dust as Dick Clem tags him at first Frou! row, left lo ngbl: Danny Higgs. Jack Burke, Dick Clemg Chuck Cardwell. Thin! raw: Coach Killian, Fred Levin, Bunky Hunt, Tom Livingston,PaulPetrinct1la, Carroll 1-Iadaway. Second row: jim Thomas McAuliffe. Bob Dvllcr, Max Frcislrmd. Bob Bowling. Donald Younglove. Ken Dollinger, Sandy Johnson, George Goudy, Skip Feldman, Bob lx l 3 f ,.'-, ,X , . -- -vena: ' 4? - 75 1 5, ' 'vp vi i x S wild! 11 1 ll TOWSON 9 9 1 8 9 6 7 2 4 S 4 0 OPPONENT Catholic U. American U. Washington Western Md. Hopkins Bridgewater Lynchburg Loyola Baltimore U. Baltimore U. Mt. St. Mary Loyola SCORE 6 3 20 18 2 11 21 13 2 8 6 17 "'Vv ,1 Q7 C25 4 Freshman Bob Cardwell congratulates Dick Clem on his home run. George Goody connects one in vain effort to defeat the Bridgewater mnc. T. 1'--Q . , ' ,il wg' v H . 'v.,4 - if -.eq 1'-,M-. ,, D .-j ' A "' 5 v ' ' 'Q .-,, F I Fronl rou' lcf! lo rlgbl Ray D1Mario Bill Gede Don Pace Milf Salisbury. Second rou jim Miller Bob Burgess Joe Oursler Tbxrrf raw: Bob Turner Tom Bittcnger Track The 1958 track team was one of the smallest in years. The squad, hindered by the lack of manpower, in a disappointing 1-3 record in dual meets. One highlights of the season was Bill Gede scoring 25 against Frostburg State, breaking a school scoring several turned of the points record held by Don Hofler. Ed. Miller also set a school record with his high jump of six feet. Because of the Hne performances in the shot put and discus events by Henry Litchfuss and Bob Turner, Towson was able to win these events in all of her dual meets. Other consistent performers were Bob Burgess, Jerry Masemore and Don Pace. Bob Turner puts the shot Tennis Doctor McC1eary's tennis squad turned in a sea- son's record of four wins and eight losses. As in past years, the team suffered because it lacked men who had had previous tennis experience. The team missed the services of senior Dudley Davis, last year's num- ber one man who turned professional last summer. Both Morty Pruce and Phil Kennedy turned in fine efforts for this yearls team. YE' ' " r ,. -w., , . wt. ,l 1 . J Y " N A' 4 ,A 5 -.SY5 .s,,A4..4, , 1 . ' ' Q .,. ,, ,'- ...f 1- ,M 'L Q., , '., ., .ff ., , ,k. , ' 'vaena ' vw"-,. 4 '.,, v -. "'rvWl. "iw -. 'v1,Q,j,.Q lf'v"v. , f"' r 1 .sg '4. .. .1'Vfv T, ,' . 'xp , 4 . ' "'flf.4, Z'ff+f'f ,."'if' vf., A li"'f'4-a ,,, "' , A ,"vf'f., ' '-.. .i - .. . "f:'f'1,, Lady ., ,.,.., . """v '.. sffx-,f , ""'f,,Q- ' ' v ',., Morty Pruce and Phil Kennedy prove to be a winning combination on the courts. Left io right: Ed Badalato, Tom Hutchins, Dr. McCleary, Larry Hutchins, Dave Eden, Phil Kennedy, Morty Pruce. ' , jf? .A 5' 2' -V ilu ,wx .I '. X Y 1 ! ' ini gif, 'vi' Q- :nu , J! I f u J, 1 I K i inf' I N, 1 L L f :9 T-' , X- fr r in S YJ QQ Y 15' i .te it 1' ' lm FIELD HOCKEY TEAM lef! to rrgbl Kathy Widener Lois Louman Fran Bouis, Kathy Clagett, Shelia Murray, Elaine Hall, Sue Moniker, Rosilind Eisman Mary Hockey Towson's Held hockey team, despite the makeshift uni- forms worn by its members, made a good showing during the 1957 season. Coached by Miss Roach, the team played many of the other Maryland Colleges including Notre Dame of Maryland, Goucher College and Western Maryland College. Kathy Clagett, Elaine Hall and Roz Eisman turned in fine per- formances for the Towson squad. Gerry Barnes, President of the WAA, directed the women's elective program Basketball L Towson's girls' basketball team ended the 1957-58 season with a record of three wins and three losses. The girls lost two close games to two of the state's better squads. Notre Dame of Maryland defeated them by a 46-45 score and they fell before a powerful Western Maryland College six by a 38-37 count. Towson's wins came at the expense of Goucher College, Villa Julie, and Mount St. Agnes College. . . . JUMP BALL . . . Towson's Jean Vaughn goes high in the air in an attempt to hit the ball away from a Notre Dame player. . . . BASKETBALL TEAM . . . bark row, Irft to fight: Kathy Clagett, Betsy Pulsifer, Lois Lauman, Jean Vaughn, Elain Hall. Fran! rmu, left io right: Alicc Booker, Pat Ennis, Margaret Mitchell. Qi, ,,, B . 3 "" X, , '1 -lv i 1 A -t n- A il 1 .- - 5 .RI 51' , ws, . - , Q " cz ' Q3 N7 .J -A l V - " v s - - A I If 'I 'S' "f"" l 'J K 4 r I ty! A , LA i - A 1 x A-Alu 1 , x V -bw. V ' . , K, A , x.-M. W ,J-F - m . ,. f'i4Nw11"f"'l ' .4 ' yu! .X 2' JV, vm 2 , ..f .1 0 A -,-Q 3125" . , 119. . :dh --Q -4 rg. 1 S A 7 RX 'N CLASSES I 1 4 I " C? i 5 P ? ' ' V r r N ri kr i 4 1 , 5 , E xml ir T' 'f VH X rv wx 1 9 O ' " 15 , " ' -4! 'v 'ff 'I T7 -IW' 1? W , 1 ' X K! 5 ,fx-V . iv f A i ,Xl 14 S The class officers: Pres., Don Harwardg Vice Pres., Madelon Wilhelmg Secys., Judy Pensel and Betty Lou Millerg Treas., Brenda Sherrer. Fresh amz 1..' N- ELM V sssmglfj li I I R" gi E. 7- V- ' Smal. I ,mark MIIB' !.L J gg its "-' -,.zT' Meanwhile back in the hills, the hillbillies were restless. he L me and Rv? X na - ,mam ,X .,. V v ,,. s.,4...4.-o...... ,1- xl.. r , -,. ,.. ..-..- - -, ..-- ..p- ,--. r ' -,....i-.-l. x ' 9 9 1 in 'L City fulk plus country folk equals successful freshman assembly. 'I I, x rllaunllll ' uvsuuuuulul' 1-unnlluvll-" nl' I visuals?-INF' X ll. , PM ,, . ' ea-"I ,,nv-...gnu-1 vh- Scoplw Qzfes 1 cd J 1 x li r. I . 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Pres., Tony Buccherig Vice Pres., Wally Yesenofskig Secys., Diana Renshaw and Carole Palmerg Treas., Barbara Strong. IO0 F -fix I fbi: , K ff G0 me Fzissiom Chain r eact ion ,.. 1 671,615.1 Z4iiEl7ZgZ9 . adn. -v Jzumziwm r n57"J'F , ng: ,v ff 1 I 1 1 Q 5 . in a 1 , 15 L71 me 7-44 . ., I 4 i ' .' ,Uk iz. 4: 511 -ff . N ,'. van 1 WW 'S' a F3 n if , fm 'S V1 1. .cv tin A 1 K V. 42 , 'ffiie Val. 1 ,135 ' 1 5 4,1 1 ,sl-,'-la' TE , 1 A if ' s . , K., P 'sy , .-N um, 4 ,aww ' it, 1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Pres., Mike DeVitag Vice Pres., Jim Sarneckig Secys., Mary Wimmer and Nancy Morningstar: Treas., Larry Hutchins. 102 7.7 '17 " 'vi 6 A T? Wy-v 2,345 x.a,' A' 117' lyff H111 TH! H4315 I : -4 Old cl hlr h tk hldy V o o Clfaii cqusmglij Cbb r t capers Cazzfzzbbeazznz Holadwy N 1 '. 4...-1L.l SENIC , S . Vp f '41"A:. 2 JOAN ELAINE ANDERSON 2702 Louise Ave, .K , Baltimore 14, Mcl. 1 Ki11dfrgarIc11-Primary 1 I..S.A.g W.A.A.g Gamma Theta Upsilon , Q r. A Z :al ' 5' N W. 125 'O ff' A ay. , -a, CHARLES ANELLO 4009 Edgewood Rd. Baltimore IS, Md. . junior High Track, Gamma Theta Upsilon. 'Wim fi V f-fu " , .-+2--3-5? .1 m."5Y'f ,A J 5 ,. fy ,- Sawgf. 11 - wif., Q. lf-F2 .fl 1- ' 'gif - A .5 . iii N. . JOAN ANNE ARCHAMBAULT 5916 Melvern Drive Bethesda 14, Md. Elwllcrlfary S.G.A.. Sec.g F.A.C.g W.R.C., Sec.: Class Ofliccrg Newman Clubg Hostess Club. Seniors 7' xl 'EE' JOYCE MURRAY BROWN ARCHER 614 Harwood Ave, Baltimore 12, Md. junior High I06 myroj. l 1958 BARBARA LOU BALLER ll-A Oak Grove Drive Baltimore Z0, Md, Kilxifvrgurlrrl-Primari L.S.A.g F.T.A.g S.C.A.g Art Club: Kappa Delta Pi. GERALDINE ELIZABETH BARNES Z3 Milton Ave. Westminster, Md. Kimlrrgurfru'Primary F.T.A.g F.A.C,g W'.A.A,g Pres.: Dorm Social Chair- man, jr. Yearg June V'cck Committee. JOAN LEA BAUERNSCHMIDT 3020 Linwood Ava. X .1 ,M 'QE' Pnrltvillc 14, Mal. Elementary Kemp: Delta Pig Basketball Varsity: Hockcyg Vo ball. KIULIAN JACOB BAUMAN. JR. 'Z North Pruepcct Avo. 5 Q - tw mu- -Q xii lg. 1 . .mn 4.-.,.t. lflrrm'nl.n1' if IO7 178465 ana-. 340- '-1 40' 11-0 u N Wax .f"s'm Gam 1.41:-'Q ,BQ 'ir' xl X, b HELEN ROMAINE BEAIR 564 Salem Ave. Hagerstown, Md. Elcmenlury ,Y I4.T.A,g 4-H Club: Fire Chief, XVILLIAM MONROE BECKWITH ll! Arbutus Ave. Catonsville 28. Md, Elrlrmfllnri' ma Theta Upsilonq Kappa Delta Pi. SHIRLEY MAE BEINE Box 157 Rt. 1 Pasadena, Md. Kimfcrgarlufi-Priwury Newman Club: Athletic teams, .gk ADA ELIZABETH BIGLER ' Box 274 Severna Park, Md. Elcmenlary Glen Club, Pres.g S.C.A., Parl.g W.H.C., V.-Prcs.g Westminster Foundation. .i 108 ' l ,' V111 . 1. ...g ' 1 I , 1,1 l'i Seniors Zim 1958 ,-1 .QQRK 'Q' MARGARET ELIZABETH BIRKMEYER 813 Woodington Rd. Maryland Kim1z'rgar!L'r1fPfimary ANNE LOUISE BIRX 7th and D Streets Sparrows Point 19, Md. Kimicrgurlcn-Primary F.T.A.g L.S,A.g Marshals, Pres. JUNE BLAIN S209 Catalplma Road Baltimore 14, Md. Elnmrnlary Sf' 'E' RITA BLECMAN S713 Rusk Ave. Baltimore U, Md. luuim' High IO9 'i film 'Zn fl .. cf' ,Z .3 MARY PATRICIA BLOXHAM R. D, 2 Box 75 Fallscon, Md. Elrmmlary I:,A.C,3 S.G.A.g Class Assembly NELSON KENNETH BOLENDER 6628 Altamont Ave, Baltimore 23, Md. junior High I7.A.C., V.-Pres.: Men's Resid. Council, Pres.g Jr. Class, V.-Pres.g Sr. Class, V.-Pres.g Class Assembly. CAREY BOLSTER Baltimore 28, Md. Seniors junior High ' M F.A.C.g S.G.A.g Sr. Class, Pres.g Soph. Class, Pres.g i ' y Fr. Class, V.-Pres.g Class Assemblyg Council. All College GWENDOLYN HOUDESHEL BOQNE 224 E. Susquehanna Ave. Towson 4, Md. Kimicrgl1rlr11-Primary L,S,A.g Glec Club. HO XE-ffl.. ,V Nu S. QQ Farr' f""j, SQ G7 1958 MILDRED BECKWITH BOSIES 907 Montpelier St. Baltimore 18, Md. F.A.C.g Newman Cl GERALD Elnulcrllary ub, - 4' irq J i :Ax IYFX GUS ,J ' rf we-fp' INE ANN BOSSEN 3912 Inner Circle Baltimore. Md. Q' Elcvlzvnlary l:.A.C.1 Tennis Club. KENNETH CLINTON BOUBLITZ l300 Morling Ave. Q at . Baltimore 11, Md. N, I . Yr- aura! R Elcmvntury Glec Club, Trcas,g Canterbury Club. DOLORES IRENE BOWEN 2706 Louise Ave, Baltimore 14, Md. Efvrvrunlary Ill S-Q V fi 4. Q If use X T.. ,WV N Y .V !fl3I1l,,Q-W. ' 5, xx DONNA YVONNE BOYD 1' L Big Spring, Ni Maryland f u 1unmrHigL' ,ws ll' l,.S.A.g SCA.: W.A.A.g Hockey, Mgr. fi ,.l, r 1- JOAN ROLLMAN BRODERICK T23 Allegheny Ave. Towson 4, Mil. 1 . Elrnlculirry , Q 1 X Jim, in N' 'v 111117 ROBERT HENRY BRODERICK S23 Allgl-leny Avc. . ,L 1 'N Tosvson 4, Md. IQ- 788 ' Llvfilrlllury w-F' ftrvf F.A.C.g Newman Club, V.-Prcs.g Mcn's Clwrusg Mcn's Rcsid. Council, V.-Prcs.g Baseball. Varsity. i' 'YD BETH FANCES BRODKIN S714 Highgate Drive Baltimore li, Maryland Kimlsrgarlrlz-Privlzury Gamma Theta Upsilong I.S.A., Prcs.g l.F.C., SCC.: S.G.A.g Class Assembly. l 12 Sfeznzzinzris inn Ie. Y' N. F 4-fi 3 3946 Brooklyn Ave. Baltimore ZS, Md. Elcuzvulary I LORETTA JEAN BROWN A: LEONA YONNE BRUBAKER 1958 CM' Frederick, Md, . Eleimvlfury S.C.A.g Westminster Fellowship. INGRID GUDRUN BUCHAL 1639 Mussula Rd, Towson 4, Md. Elrvzcllhxry BARBARA ANN BURDICK X016 Belair Rd. Baltimore 6, Md, Kirllfvrgurlrn-Primury Gamma Them Upsilong F.T,A,g S.C.A.g W'cslcy Club. ll3 44 W. Patrick Sr. was jun , Q :WN AWN Y" u ' W7 247' GLADYS ROXVE BURNS 204 Washington Ave. Towson 4, Md. 441' TW Efvllmllfurjf in-.Y-' A , f 'B .ax 174' Orchestra. JUNE MARIE BUTEHORN 4808 Gwynn Oak Ave. Baltimore 7, Md. Efcmcllfary F.T.A.g S.G.A.g Hockey. GERTRUDE T. BYRD 140 Overbrook Rd. Bnlcimorc 12, Md. EIL'l11vm'nry PI-IYLLIS ANN CAHALL Ilmior High I.R.C.g F.T.A.g Valley Ballg Archery. Sfeznzzzvm 7 'Ds 'k,4 X 19' 'Sn' fiii S-I gh, , 114 1958 PHILIP CAMPAGNA 4929 La Salle Ave. . ,r Baltimore 6, Md. K-if Q V 1' F.'1'.A. Elcnlrzllury X I IK ' 1 CATHERINE MARIE CAMPBELL ! Box 38 Crownsville, Md. gl fi gn. Kimlcrgarfan-Primary fir Xfhs F.T.A.g Newman Club, Treas, ri W s ,Is 'i ?v-'rv K ! LENORA LOUISE CARR 2651 Purnell Drive Baltimore 7, Md. Efcmrnlnry Erlfarx '58, Sr. Ed. lbs sr' LAURINE VINCENT CATALANO S02 Ovcrcrcst Rd. Towson 4, Md. llIlIiH1' High H5 If.'1'.A.g S.G.A.g Canterbury Clubg S.C.A.g Town xi' MARLENE ELNORA CI-IRYSAM 2304 Belair Rd, Baltimore 13. Md. Klmlcrgurlru-Pr:mmV1 lf.T.A. KATHLEEN E. CLAGETT 4873 Battery Lane Bethesda 14. Md. K1mlv1'gl1r'lv11-Primarg I """' ' """"'2?"T7IT' Nut .- FRA 4.5, . Q? XY'.A.A.. V.-Pres.: Hockcyg Kappa Delta Pig Basket- ball, Caprnin. RICHARD LEE CLEM g blade Ave. Q Walkersville, Md. 705 ' junior High A M.A.A.g F.A.C.g M.R.C.g Sports Director, Wrestling: fs,- K is " Baseballg Soccer. 2 '58 M" Q. ELIZABETH ANN CLOPPER Clcnr Spring Mnrylandl Elvmrnlary ISA FTA SGA Orclwcslrn. KN! H6 . .5 S.C.A,g Socccrg Softball Seniors 'ian fi ...E 'V QNX . ' . .- 1958 ROBERT ALLEN COHEN 2927 Ridgewood Ave, Baltimore IS, Md. 1 E.lvn1m11ary Cfluc Clulwg j.S.A. rl vi lf'-,' ' L' ,Na .Q ,,... ., .N i .. ,.. LLJ.-. DCROTHY EDITH CONERY 3634 Chesterfield Ave. Balnimore 13, Md. Ilmior High Kappa Delta Pi. RUSSELL FIELDS CONNELLY, JR. I7 Virginia Ave. Baltimore. Md. lunior High S.G.A.g Canterbury Club, Trcns. 'QP -ef" F-If ELLEN COOPER 4009 Fordleiglm Rd. Bow I3 X Baltimorc li, Md. Kimlvrga1'lu11-Primary ll7 1'--V4 X... 'Q 3- ,an- ,f .V 4... QI CARL LEROY CRAYCRAFT 507 S. Parrish St. Baltimore 23, Md. junior High .1 Q' ROBERTA MARIE CRUICKSHANKS 1166 Hamilton Blvd. Hagerstown, Mil, Elcmvlllury l5.T.A.g S,C.A.3 Glce Clubg W'esley Club: Bowlin g. Semzimas LILLIAN MARY D'AMBROSlO Newman Clubg W.A.A.q Archcryg Tennisg Class Assembly. 3514 Brendan Ave. Baltimore 13, Md. Elvnlcnlary caff- 'lox M 't. Aga I XVALTER EVERETT DASI-HELL A, 625 N. Moncford Ave, 4 Baltimore S, Md. r-f "' 'l y KN Iuuior High 'Q 6 ' K Mcn's Cliorusg Soccer: Track: Wrestling. M x I H8 9' ' 5 1958 3 DUDLEY GARISS DAVIS 207 Rock Glenn Rd. Baltimore 29, Md. V lzmior High R S.G.A., V.-Pres.g Fr, Class, Pres.: Tennisg All College Council: Towrz' Erbacx '58, Arr Ed.: F.I5.C., Pres. 361 P.- .4-...- , Q... G. STEWART DAVIS 5913 Leith Walk Baltimore 12, Md, 'YW' 2. l MM f junior High - A Gamma Theta Upsilon. X '.x PAUL F. DAVIS, JR. 409 Carolina Rd, 1 Towson 4, Md. Elmllrulary Glen Club. THOMAS A. DAVIS S913 Lcitll Walk - I Baltimore 12, Md. ' Inuior High 119 'x. 'tif A FRANCES MEDORA DE LAUDER 913 Guilford Axe. Hagerstown, Md. Kimifrgarlvu-Prinmr 5' I7.T.A,g Hostess Clubg Vfescminsrcr Fellowsl-nipg Class Assembly. iv' KATHRYN ANN DE VILBISS 2302 Birch Drive Balrimorc 7, Md. Kirzdvrlqavlru-Prinzarj Kappa Delra Pi: L.S.A.g F.T.A,g S.G.A, ANGELA CATHERINE DIAKOULAS 70l Tolna Sr. JN Baltimore 24, Md. fit Innior High Class Aiscmblvg 'I'au'1'r Efbofs 'Stk xx- 'TI'-5'- ,T U GRIFFITH B. DORN, JR. 414 S. Clfmnpclgatc Lane Bnlximorc 29, Md. A Q. El4'mL'v11ary Science Club. w"'X-r 4 QM, 120 'Y' PON eh 'CT' Seniors V YY"""T"' 'i .1 K , I H Y ff fi ,. . Y YV.Y rw Fw 1958 MARLENE HELMER DUKE 1 1631 W oodboutne Ave. Baltimore 12, Md. Elfmcntary Glen Players: S.C.A.q Gamma Theta Upsilong Axia- tion Clubg Sec.g Class Assembly, Choreogarpher. JOHN STERLING EDWARDS, JR. 3021 Wfestfield Ave. Baltimore 14, Md. junior Collcgz- Jazz Clubg Wrcstlingg Veterans Organization, V.-Pres. QQ15 -'ig-'S JQHN EIGENBRODT X 94 Kingston Park Baltimore 20, Md. ', , Ai , U l junior High ' 1 Canterbury Club, Pres,g Tauwr Ecbocs 'SEQ June Week , Comm.: Class Assembly, Student Senate. x 'PV' 'f..."' ROSALIND GERALDINE EISMAN 2544 XV. Cold Spring Lane Baltimore 15. Md. Izmior High j.S.A.g W.A.A.g Basketball: Hockey, Mgr., Sr. Class Social Cl1rm. Q- fr v .- .vw i . ya, -Q 5. nr -C:+" X al psf rf .VC-i f 1,4 -1 vi 1-3 n , MARLYN EPSTEIN 3102 Garrison Blvd. 'wi W 5 Baltimore 16, Md. Iunior Higb IAA FTA , A JOAN M. EURY Unionville, Md. at Elvmrnfary Class Assembly kg- ag... ,, 'Q 4 .J- :Q-1 Sem 'com f ul' , 533, MILDRED ANN DIX FILBEY 3 Bradford Apts. X v, 3301 St, Paul Sr. Balrimore 18, Md. 12. KillifngnrIfn-Primary ,, f ' F.T.A.: l:.A.C.q S.C.A. 'G' 4 ba SUZANNE MILLER FINNEY 3615 Rockdale Terrace Baltimore 7, Md, Effnlflllary F.T.A.: L.S.A.g S.G.A.g Town Erbovs '58, Photo. 'Q'-' Ed.g Class Assembly, ? QQ 122 .in 1958 RAYMOND LOUIS FISCHER, SR. f 22-A Cedar Drive Baltimore 20, Md, junior High Tower Light, Sports. F.A.C.g 52- -n Xu- fm ','F' f:1' ' oi -9, 'A A I fmt x 7' 1 .-f 'NN bd' 5 -v T' Xiu . ,x.---.-.- , . K RUTH N. FLEMING 726 Scarlett Drive Towson 4, Md. Kirldcrgnrlm-Prinmry S.C.A.g Choir, Librarian: Orchestra, Sec. , r VIRGINIA LEE FORD 8306 Dalesford Rd. Balrimore 4, Md. Kimiergarlrn-Primary L.S.A.g Gamma Theta Upsilong Class Assemblyg Tower Erboer, Sr. Ed. ERNEST ALMER FORTHMAN 3909 Sixth Sr. Baltimore ZS. Md. junior High lf.A.C.g S.G.A.g Mcn's Chorusg Glee Clubg Orchestra, 1' res. A - --1 fi,-, iq ,411 .S 2 E, .A N. - MD. . LQ,-1'-fi, 21:-'l, 1 ,- rl"".i .,.1" , I A3-1:2 : 123 if SARAH JANE FRANCE Kappa Delta Pig F.A.C.g S.C.A.g Choirg I.R.C., Pres.g Gamma Theta Upsilong Glee Club. I L 152 ,fl ,. 221,-5+ 15 F.- f'?'E, ' '.2a5'j7f:, igvss 225.54 fyzx--r in eh. ffiat la , -4. YW-x K LEE RHODA FOX 4636 Reisrerstown Rd. Baltimore 15, Md. junior High WIN '.p Q---W Six 1 37 Dunvegan Rd, Baltimore 28, Md. junior High RICHARD HENRY FRESE 784 Grantley Sc. Baltimore 29, Md. lunior High 'Sf 2' MARY ELLEN FRIDDLE 612 Waslfngton Av-e. Lansdowne 27, Md. Elementary S.C.A.g I.R.C.g Wesley Clubg Hostess Clubg Class Assembly. 124 if 'fx 'fm- ' , Seniors in .-xx, rx T' DOROTHY JACOBS FRIEDMAN 7004 Paris Rd. Baltimore 7, Md. Elemenlary JOYCE GERTRUDE FRIZZELL Valley Made Ellicott City 4, Md. Iunior High Kappa Delta Pi, Treas.g I.R.C.g F.A.C.g S.C.A. Choir, Robe Mistressg S.G.A., Social Chairmang Canterbury l is .- , Clubg Class Assembly. l 'x , 1958 KENNETH WINFIELD FRUSHOUR Route I Smitbsburg, Md. Elvmrnlary Glee Clubq Mens Chorusg L.S.A.g Veterans' Organi- zauon. J -4-' ELVA JANE GALLAHER S.C.A. Cboirg F.'l'.A.g Glec Club: Newman Clubg Class Assembly. 5 N. Frederick Ave. Gaithersburg. Md. lxmior High ,- ,K Q- 4a . 'v i' 125 MARILYN HYMAN GAMSE 4001 Groveland Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. 791 'FY Efcnzellfary anv- ?5Q . . M5 RICHARD O. GARRIQUES 103 E. joppa Rd, Towson 4, Md. Elnncnfary EDITH LOUISE GESSWEIN IIZI Norman Ave. Lutherville, Md. Elrnzcntary Gamma Them Upsilon. BEA ROSLYN GLINKOVSKY 2503 Keyworrh Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Iunior High j.S.A.g Archeryg Tower Echoes '58, Literary Ed.g Dean's Lisr, Zena Tau Omega. 126 Semzzicozfs fi 41? 6,-f -unar- .l -'UW-Us 'Q wq-fp f 1958 I K- , , . 1 A ! I E I ,..., ' 1. SERENA GOLDSTEIN 5029 Queensbury Ave. Baltimore lf, Md. P4 1155- Iunior High GEORGE CLARENCE GOTT E Q Prince Frederick A ,g,,+-fi-'49 f Tf' Mfy,v,,,'u,yff, ,I x , Calvert County, Md. ,H I Elemenlary - F.A.C., Treas.q 4-H Club, Pres.: F.T.A.: S.C.A.g ,X X Wesley Club: Class Assembly, Town Echocs. X f' W 1? A ELLIOTT GORDON GRAY 5009 Hillen Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Iunior High X jeu Club, Pres. PATRICIA ANN GRIFFIN ' M 2023 E. Belvedere Ave. A N, Q Baltimore 14, Md. ve? 29, 5 Kimicrgarlcn-Primary 'Q ' S-r Glen Players. V.-Pres., Alpha Psi Omega: Tower Light: Class Assembly. 127 1 'GTX QQ?- Y I 'sm V . qv. JANICE FLORENCE GRIFFITH 347 Huron Drive Forest Heights, Md. Elementary , ,, " s, Alpha Psi Omega: Glen Playersg S.C.A.g S.G.A.g Art A ,ws Clubg Photo. Club, 'I'rcas,g Class Assembly. 'ZW I LOIS MAGDALEN GRIGGS 3412 Chesterfield Ave. Baltimore I3, Md. Iunior High Newman Clubg Class Assembly. JOAN ELAINE CRIMES 10802 Reisterstown Rd. Owings Mills, Mel. Kimlcrgarlen-Prinmry l7.T.A.g Gamma Theta Upsilong Canterbury Clubg Class Assembly. DONALD WILLIAM GROSS 6 E. Franklin Ave. Silver Spring, Md. Elcmenlary Canterbury Club, Pres.g Interfaith Council, Prcs.g F,A.C.g I.R.C.g Tennis, Mgr.g Wrestling, Mgr.g Class Assembly. ,rr Vw Q. .N Q: .1 , il 1 n I 4 Seniors 128 , fix- 3 ..-,, Y"'ll-up AA I, 1958 l JANE IRENE GUMPMAN 4620 Knvon Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Elcmenlary W'.A.A., Historiang L.S.A.g Glee Club. SHIRLEY ANN HACKNEY 1719 Forest Park Ave. Baltimore 7, Md. Innior High l5.S.U., V.-Prcs.g l.R.C.g S.C,A. LINDA KERN HAFER 238 Ridge Ave. Towson 4. Md. junior Higl: P' O c n, Scc.g Class Glen Players, Scc.g Alpha sn mg Assembly. RUTH GERALDINE HALL 44 Blister Sr. Baltimore 20. Md. Kimfl'r.qurfl'n-Prinlary Glcc Club: S.C.A. Choir. Pres.: Kappa Delta Pig F.T.A.g Newman Clubg S.G.A.3 F.E,C.g Class Asscmbly. 129 'S- fmlapi 6 , 3,91 ' 1..- f 1 ,, wr - ,, I.. sa . , '. ,if rl, xk '1 junior I-iigb . s x '- ,f , ..- 5 .-. f ' ' 'f"" 'T' Newman Clubg Tower Erhoex '58, Lic. Comm.g Class Assembly. A co '4 I-.'If.ilAl?" Q, Q -,,.f v MARGARET RITA HARDIN 23 56 Washington Blvd. Baltimore 30, Md. -.4 nn A Elementary A11 GEORGE RICHARD HARPLE 2008 Hillenwood Rd. Baltimore 14, Md. junior High Semzzwzfs 1 i Aviation Club, Treas.g Gamma Theta Upsilung Photo. l xx Club. ' dh. ,fib- it i el, ffl ,R Q.. I el ri. MYRTLE ANNE HARTMAN L.S.A. 3109 Sumter Ave. Baltimore U, Md. Elementary As-.fn Mb' I l i . l ii l i T 1958 i, I 'lx m "ll yu , L i me BARBARA JOYCE HAZEN Rt. 2 Box 270 Arnold, Md. Elrmenlnry Gamma Theta Upsilong F.T.A.g S.C.A.g Weslyan Fellowship, V.-Pres. it K 1:11 JOHN STAUFFER HECK S19 Welbrwk Rd. Baltimore 21, Md. junior High M 1.-. W NANCY VIRGINIA HEIM t 14 Park Valley Rd. Silver Spring, Md. Elemenlary Gamma Theta Upsilon: I..S.A.g Glee Club, F.T.A.g Kappa Delta Pig Jr. Class, Treas.g Sr. Class, Treas.g Women's Resid. Council, Trees., Class Assembly. i i l l 5 SHEILA MAE HEINTZ ' Clayton Rd. Rt. I Box 282 6 Joppa, Md. Kindrrgarlrn-Primary ,iv X Gamma Theta Upsilon . 5 i li 'v i, ii I 1 i I l 3 l SYLVIA T. HENDLER S815 Gist Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Elrrnrnlary 5? INN Q.--7 'ig -n.q if 'R' we'-Of X I FLORENCE HENKIN 4616 Pimlico Rd. Baltimore 15, Md. Elenxrnfary LINDA LOU HIGGINS 905 Walnut Ave. Baltimore 29, Md. Elcmcnlary W.A.A.g F.A.C., Treas.g F.T.A.: S.G.A.g Kappa Delta Pi, Sec.g Class Assembly. HERSCHEL THEODORE HOCHMAN I l08 N. Patterson Park Ave, Baltimore l3, Md, junior High l32 Seznzicom "-R 5 fiw I.. ,- iL..,7, 1958 JULIA ELEANORA MORAN HOFFERBERT 43 37 Sheldon Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Izznior High Newman Clubg Tower Lighr, News Ed. NORMA HOIBROTEN L.S.A.g F.T.A. CAROLE HOLMES 2503 Queens Chapel Rd. Mt. Rainier, Md. Elcmcniary 621 Dunkirk Rd. Balrimore 12, Md. Elementnry B.S.U., Prcs.g S.C.A. Choir, Ass't. Librn.g Gamma Theta Upsilon. MARIE CATHERINE HORACEK I..S.A. 1327 Crofton Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Elcmnflury 133 3 W. 5 fffi 41-N Basketbnllg Bowling. Q27 ELIZABETH MAY HOSTER in Rising Sun, Md. I :X ,LM Kirzdcfgarlvn-Primary H. NORMAN HOUGH 6174 Parkway Drive Baltimor 12, Md. 'wx ti Iunior High Mcn's Chorus: W'restling. i'C'v ' W 4-1. ELIZABETH GOVER HUGHES 460i Harvard Rd. College Park, Md. Elfmrrffary Orchestra, Pres.: l.R.C., Pres.: Canterbury Club, Sec.g Kappa Delta Pi. Zncl V.'Pres.: F.T.A.g S.C.A.g Women'5 Resid. Council, Parlq Class Assemblyg 4-H Club. HAROLD LEESE HUGHES 3623 Parkdale Ave. Baltimore Il, Md. Iunior High Tower Erbox '58, Sports Ed.g Wresrlingg Trackg Lacrosse Club. Seniors ,Av 'WX ,tn YLAP' 171.53 . , we3Af'. Q: .J 134 'e I ,f R. X' vo J., -1' f.-'.-',- i. E. if MARIE iv l l s.G.A. x ll ki 1958 JONES HUNYCUTT 1909 Aiken Ave. Baltimore 14, Md. Elcwlrnlary CT' LAWRENCE QUAIL HUTCHINS S7 Dunkirk Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Iunior Higly Gamma Theta Upsilon, V.-Pre5.g S.G.A.g Tower Li-vhs, Business Mgr. 11515 0,4 1?- sv l 7 E i l 'twuy IWK 'Q' I l V' Y 4 , Mx 5 ,. 1523? , I ROSEMARY JENKINS 95 Willow Spring Rd. Balrimore 22, Md. Elunzfniary Zeta Tau Omegag I.R.C.g B.S.U.g Tower Ecbors SS, Co-Editorg' Class Assembly. PATIUCIA LEE JOHNSON 6508 Sefton Ave. Baltimore 14, Mal. Elsmrnlary 135 fun ,gy +5-ai4e.fsf. 'Gi , - ' 41552 .: .if .,. i "uf -21 "1 : .-' ,-d EVA LOUISA JONES SI7 Kingston Rd. Baltimore 29, Md. Efenzclxfary F.A.C.g Kappa Delta Pig I.R.C.g S.C.A.g InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Pres.: Class Assembly. 3 xy xg. FRANCES ANGELA JOSKA 7600 W'ise Ave. Baltimore 22, Md. Elcrrlcnfary 6-.5 Orchestra: I.R.C.g F.T.A.g Newman Clulag Class Assembly. if sl AGNES MARTHA KARDOS 6024 Broad St. W'ashington 16, D. C. im Elfminiary F.A.C., Prcs.g .S.C.A. Choir: C.S.O., Pres.: W'omen's Residence Council, Trcas.g Class Assembly. i-4' 'inn' Q Semzzimfms JOAN ELIZABETH KELLER Freeland. Md. f 'rf .-- Imlior High is '95 F.T.A.g Newman Club. ka:-' ' -5" ' 136 EVELYN DURLING KENNEDY S218 Ivanhoe Ave. Baltimore IZ, Md. Kindrrgarlcn-Primary Glec Clubg Hockeyg Tower Light, Sports. 'D' i 414 A E", i 1... i ' " ' 1 'c 1 PHILIP ESKRIDGE KENNEDY, JR. S218 Ivanhoe Ave. if Baltimore l2, MCI. 1958 11, funiorHigl.1 Men's Chorusg Veterans Org.g Baseballg Tennis Basketball. MARY ELIZABETH KERBY 7095 Indian Head Hwy. Oxon Hill 22, Md. Elrmvntary Glec Clubg Orchstrag Newman Clubg F.T.A.g Glen Players. GILBERT LINWOOD KERR R125 Cornwall Rd. Baltimore 22, Md. Elurlrnzlury 137 LOUIS HENRY KIRSCH 8416 Loch Ravcn Blvd. Towson 4, Md. .,s,-gag., V Q Elrmcwfury , 4 n- . p-S1 I JI 0x xx Q BX f my Qi- JZY- If 1 lis a DONALD LEA KNOX 2313 Wichita Avc. Baltimore IS. Md. Iunior High Glen Players, V.-Pres.g F.A.C.g Glue Clubg Alpha Psi Omegag S.G,A.g Class Assembly. 'Mu-1' BARBARA ANNE KURTH 3129 Willoughby Ave. Baltimore 14, Md. Klmlvrgarlcn-Prinmfy Glec Clul1gGlen Playcrsg F.T.A. in Semzimas I 'UN- ELIZABETH ANTHONY LALLAS S21 S. Rappolla St. Baltimore 24, Md. Izuiior High Theta Gamma Upsilon. K 1,0 138 'fg- 1958 HARRY MICHAEL LANG 713 Winaws Way Baltimore Z9 Md I wi A Wg, A, . - :V A 'g junior High X A QD Westminster Fellowship. Pres.g F.A.C.g S.C.A.g S.G.A.g Class Assembly. F.T.A. xl Hr My 's-A 0, ' -2' -- 'i ' ifr- ,.. fri ' ,fi"Xf'w'?',?. X. , f' -JJ-KS3':.v 5-423153 f page jail: ' , . H . ' x- , . N, f Qatllxs Shit: 4 If GRACE WATTS LEE 1406 Myrtle Ave. Baltimore 17, Md. Elementary "3 I s l JUDITH ANN LEE 101 Sixty-First St. Capitol Heights, Md. Elemenlury F.T.A.g S.C.A.g l.R.C.g Hostess Club: Westminster Fellowship: Women's Resid. Council, Social Chair- mang Class-Assembly. fi 4-uw DOROTHY ANN LEVIN '3914 Rosecrest Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Iunior High j.S.A.g Glen Players, Tres.g Alpha Psi Omega: Class . Assembly, Co4Dir. 'i vw--rx fi I39 T , lb? ,Q 'TF' HENRY JOHN LICHTFUSS Lineboro, Md. Elementary M.A.A., Treas.g Veterans Org.: S.G.A.g Soccer Basketballg Track. 51 R' ,-'. Q -.f-'XS' L ' av' w5'feL-Q-,.s, H : . flfaifff-ips , - A , wx ,fd t Na'L:'i.-. l ' A .5 . JAMES HENRY LONG Arundel Rd. -N' Riviera Beach, Md. ' junior High L 1 M.A.A.g jazz Club, Sec.g Men's Chorusg Wrestling Clubg Lacrosse Clubg Gamma Theta Upsilon. W- P'- ,,,,, '--f WVILMA LEE LONG 7815 Deboy Ave. Baltimore 22. Md. Kimfcrgarfcvr-Prinzary Class Assembly. T777 . f:-14 1 ,af .Mov- A PATRICIA JOAN LOUDERBACK 3620 Esther Place 2 Baltimore 24, Md. f I junior High Class Assembly. 140 F.A.C.g lnrerVarsity Christian Fellowship, V.-I'rcs.g Seniors 7. fi 'ts' IQRGN to qw-usv'Y' '41 rf 1958 ANGELA FRANCES MARANTO 103 Westowne Rd. Baltimore Z9, Md. Kinnlergarfcvz-Primary SANDRA ROTTENBERG MARDER S40-A Bond Square Baltimore 5, Md. Kirzdrrgaftmx-Prin1ary LOIS ELIZABETH MARTIN 6408 Dogwood Rd. Baltimore 7, Md. Efemerziary Canterbury Clubg S.G.A.g Class Assemblyg Bowlingg Archeryg Volleyball. I,R.C.g Newman Clubg Glee Club: Class Assembly. '36 Y' 1?-K JANET RUTH MATTHAIS 4443 Clifton Rd. Baltimore 16, Md. Elvmcnlary Kappa Dclra Pi.g I.R.C.g Glcc Clubq Art Club. 141 5 P if 4 U NORMAN HERBERT MAX 2606 Quantico Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. junior High 76 f- THOMAS GLENN MCAULIFFE Old Quarterfield Rd. Severn, Md. junior High Glee Club: Class Assembly. ELAINE DAFFER MCCORMICK 4202 Belvieu Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Elementary WILLIAM LOFTUS McINTYRE Seznzwm If hs 'C' , iw- X 4 ff'-5 ' at 'ik , '1 Lili? Q, - 4904 Fair Ave. ' l Baltimore 24, Md. I1miorHigb Q Am m F.A,C.g S.G.A.g Class Assemblyg Tennisg Baseballg Soccer. fx 142 y '- V' 1958 Q' L: 3' xx" - I BESSIE JOAN McKENNEY K x 2419 Ken Oak Rd. 2 Balrimore 9, Md. Kindergarten-Primary A F.A.C.g Canterbury Club. ' H. - JOAN JACQUELINE MEACHAM 2422 Keyway Baltimore 22, Md. Kindergarlen-Primnry Newman Clubg F.A.C.g Jr. Class, Sec.g Sr. Class, Sec.: F.E.C.g Tower Erbars 'X8, Typing Ed.g Class Assembly. 5 MARY ELLEN METZGER , 1 922 Northern Parkway m Baltimore IZ, Md. 3 Q , I Elementary 'Q fvyx 4 I ' " ' Ni' l f . air fa- PATRICIA ELLEN MILES Anchorage Farm Colora, Md. Ilminr High X.-f 143 vwi. ix MARLYN MERLE MILLER 2617 Cylburn Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Kindngarten-Prinury PAULA ANN MILLER 4109 Colonial Rd. Pikesvillc 8, Md. junior High ' " ' '-'1f ,w .if .0 M if, .12 , J. . , fa-Gina AWN - -fibe- 4 Q:-17 gil F.T.A.g F.A,C.g Gamma Theta Upsilon, Pres.g Class Assembly. SANDRA MARCIA MILLER 3400 Edgewood Rd, '-i ,Wx Baltimore li, Md. 'R an Kimfvrgarlrn-Primary I THOMAS PRESTON MILLER, JR. S210 St. Georges Ave. K, Baltimore 12, Md. Elimrnhzry -l 144 Seniors GUN.:- ROBERT EARL MOSKOWITZ 2538 Park Heights Terrace Baltimore, Md. lunior High 1958 ,9- X. PEGGY ANN MULLICAN Bell Station Rd. R.F.D. 1 Box 133 3 Bowie, Md. BARBARA WEST MYERS S.C.A. Cl'10lfQ 4-H Club: S.G.A.g Kappa Delta Pl. Iunior High S.G.A., Rec. Sec.g S.G.A., Parl.: Sr. Class, Dorm Social Chairmang Class Assembly. Route 2 Westminster, Md. Kindergarten-Primary DOROTHY ANITA NASH Fr. Class. Parl. Cherry Hill Rd. Rcistcrstown, Md. Elrmcnlary A 145 Q YUYN ,wx ll 'x K R X lx 'Ur 1 1 .s, 1'- sn .2 , . 1.1 . IX CAROL FLORENCE NICHOLS F-5:5 4902 Northwood Drive 'Jr 4 - 3 'K Baltimore 12, Md. I' ' I Elemrnlary Glee Clubg Tower Light. - -K 'tj H". DOLORES JUNE NICKEL 3413 Foster Ave. Baltimore 24, Md. Elvnzmtary win. , 'CDN Q1- N. 'ii Newman Club: F.'l'.A,g Sr. Class, Student Centre Directory. ANNA LOUISE NISTICO 4900 Kenwood Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Killzfcfgaflen-Pvinlary Gamma Theta Upsilon. FRANCIS LERCY NGEL 343 Rosebank Ave. Baltimore 12, Md. lnnior High Veterans Org.g Lacrosse-g Class Assembly, Director. I46 Seniors m6 .i ...Z l 1958 IRIS LOUISE NYBERG 4905 Loch Raven Blvd. Baltimore IZ, Md. Iuniar High Tuluvr Erbocx '58, Layout Ed. A. PRUNETTA KOPP OWENS S56 Sudbrook Rd. Baltimore 8. Md. Glen Playersg l..S.A. lx JF-- I ' X "gy ..4wo-.rff X, ,gf A ' pr N. Q ,et ii, r,,.. 44' 9, ' ' fn.. ,.,- . , T 'P' V . 5 his '- 4 - --nul - "" -'1 4' .-14+ ' A... , ,Fu ANNE J. PADGETT 634 Ingleside Ave. Catonsville 28, Md. Kimlrrgurten-Primary F.A.C.g Kappa Delta Pig Newman Club, Pub. Chair- man: Gamma Theta Upsilon, Corresp. SeC.g Class Assembly. DONALD LEO PATRICK Camera Club. 147 X28 Winston Avu. Baltimore 12, Md. junior Higb '1"" ."'s" i PNN JOHN JOSEPH PERILLA 5601 Hicks Ave. Baltimore 7, Md. junior Higb Newman Clubg F.T.A.g Alpha Psi Omegag Gamma Tl-:era Upsilong Veterans Org., Pres. MARY ELIZABETH PERKINS 3605 Kimble Rd. Baltimore 18, Md. Elemvntnry Fr. Class, Treas.g Glee Clubg F.A.C.: Canterbury Club, Kappa Delta Pi. 3" ff X " ' MARY PATRICIA PIEPER 1 3004 Rueckert Ave. 'A Baltimore 14, Md. A' FATAA: Ki1m7cr,gurlcn-Primary "so 1 '-af .ga xg 1 9 LOUISE GREY PRIDDY 17' 1 ' Solomons Island, Md. I A Elemcnlary 1 - S.C.A.g I..S.A.g Hostess Clubg Class Assembly. FC" 148 . 4. 'rj-f x vi , ,, s., -, I :f f lf. 1 " 235 ' gif-iii 5' f,-,f f M.:-:1?2,'Q2'.iS 'Nfl " . xv I in ,,. fs". Seniors i A1 " Q. - fl dz V' it. :xg-Q... ,,-:MRI ik M A .fa -lin 1'- 1958 MORTON SHELDON PRUCE 3019 Mondawmin Ave. Baltimore 16, Md. Iuniar High Tennis ELIZABETH CAMPBELL PULSIFER 1400 West St. Annapolis, Md. Elemerziary NY'.A.A., Pub. Chairmang S.C.A,, Pres.g Kappa Delta Pi. DONALD LEROY RECK 15 N. Church St. Westminster, Md. juniar High Wrestlingg Men'5 Resid. Council, Treas. FAYE SYLVIA REDDING l..S.A.g I.R.C., V.-Pres. l 'S 'vb 4432 Annapolis Rd. Baltimore 27. Md. Elrmculary 149 dz. . 'Ybb :mf 'Who MARY ANN REDDING Main St. Manchester. Md. Elcnrrnlarj' L,S.A.: F.T.A. x-',, r- WILLIAM LLOYD REIDER 300 S. Fifty-First Sc. Baltimore 24, Md. Izmior High Soeccrg Basketballg M.A.A., Pres. JOYCE ESTEL REINHARDT li Marley Station Rd. Glen Burnie, Md. Elcrnrnlary S.C.A.g Glee Club: Class Assembly, B,S,U., Treasq HELEN RUTH ROBBINS 3901 Eighrh Sr. Baltimore 25, Md. Killifrgurlrn-Primary Glee Clubg L.S.A.: S.C.A.g S.G.A.g F.A.C.g Volleyball: Bowlingg Soccer Class Assembly. 150 A :W I Semzzimm 995 gh- Ni' ,M ' "Marg ,I ,gn '- 1-. '7 ,ppl 1 IV? 1 1958 Orchestra. BETTY JUNE BREMKER ROBERTS Box S0-A Ridge Rd. Reistersrown, Md. Elenzcniary CAROL ANN ROGERS Painters Mill Rd. Owings Mills. Md Elemsnlary Kappa Delta Pig Glee Clubg S.C.A. STEPHEN MITCHELL ROHR 9841 York Rd. GX 'U' Sv f' -IW' QE" 'Q B Baltimore 12, Md. ' Iunior High Y S.G.A.g Pres.: Men's Resid. Council, Sec.g Gamma .Q I M' Theta Upsilong Trackg Wrestling: Class Assembly. V 09" -un- Q' if-5 Vctcrans MILTON O. RUARK, JR. 4002 Ridgewood Ave. Baltimore li, Md. Iunior High 151 MARGARET RUHAMMA RUMMELL 116 Alexander St. Hagcrsrown, Md. Kindsrgaricn-Priznary F.T.A.: Wesley Clubg Tower Lightg Class Assembly. I.R.C. Z -'Q pay' I- X Q15 - ' 1 fi, -z . in ...M , -N pu, 'X f., "Cf" Hp. GEORGE LOUIS RUPPERSBERGER 820K Harford Rd. Parkville 14, Md. lunior High JOANNE E. RUSSELL 3424 Fairhlll Drive, S.E. Washington 25. D. C. Elcrrlrniury Glec Clubg S.C.A. Choirg Newman Clubg S,G,A.g Cl.1ss Assembly. lo X I .S.A,g MARILYN THELMA 3200 Beverly Rd. Baltimore 14, Md. Izmior High F.T.A.g Marshals, V.-Pres. 152 SACK 4637 R R l'T'7'7Fl 54" tan Seniors 4 1 Y' ' RUTH ELIZABETH SASSAMAN " 103 Hollyberry Road i West Severna Park, Md. Elemcrllary Newman Club, Sec.g Homecoming 'Dayg T. E. R. 1958 W 'Q ,nrsav-. 4--f MARGARET FRANCES SCHAFER 3035 Second Avenue Baltimore 14, Md. Elementary F. T. A.g Gamma Theta Upsilon. BENITA CHERRILL SHAPIRO 3721 Gwynn Oak Avenue Baltimore 7, Md. Elementary Glen ,Playersg Kappa Delta Pig Tower Lightg Alpha Pi Omega. EY JH . Q '. X fm , Q13-M., l w I I Y' Q CAROLE SANDLER SCHAPIRO ez. 2419 Everton Road -af Baltimore 9, Md. 5 1' Kinfllcrguricn-Primary 153 -4- ix fm- AN Q.- fax gs rv.-. MARY ELIZABETH SCHISSLER 426 Hopkins Road Baltimore 12, Md. Kimfcrgarirn-Primurj' Glee Club: I..S.A.: F.T.A. 9 JOHN EDXVARD SCHRIEFER af Q N 1769 Brookview Road Dundalk, Md. junior High Track: Tower Lightg Senior Senateg Town Erboex, Co'EClitor: F.A.C.g Curriculum Comm.: Dean's Lislg Zara Tau Omega. ie?-ae :I JL. 93,5 fiw i fi ,, ' ELINOR MAE SCHWARTZMAN 3402 Forrest Park Avenue Baltimore 16, Md. Elrmeniury Gamma Theta Upsilon. I.R.C. HELEN LOUISE SEEBACH 2718 Hugo Avenue Baltimore 18, Md. Kimlcrgnrlerl-Primary Newman Clubg Orchestra, S.G.A. 154 "Ti'777"""' Seniors i 3 S 11-'x 'arf fi, 1. 1958 MAXINE HARRIET HART SEIDMAN 6054 Falls Road Baltimore 9, Md. Kindrrgartfn-Primary GEORGE K. SEIFERT Ill W. Monument St. Z"'rN I u fl -vw if w . Baltimore I. Md. X' A Q lumor High Gamma Theta Upsilon. sho RICHARD LEE SHORTT S607 Belair Road A - Q a a Baltimore 6, Md. M ,AX Iunior High S.G.A.g 4-H Club: Glen Players: Imrfairh Councilg F.A.C. 'Z--. MARIAN HALVERSON SIBLEY 6608 Sharon Road Baltimore 12, Md. ,amu- i Ilmiar High 155 na.-L -ai Glee Club. HARRIETT LEE SINCLAIR 4007 Glenmoore Ave, Baltimore 6, Md. Elemsnlary EDMUND REGIS SISTEK 46 Riverside Road Baltimore 21, Md. Ivmior High Kappa Delta Pig Newman Clubg Soccerg Trackg Male Chorus. DOLORES DARLENE SITTIG 286 Dill Avenue Frederick, Md. Elcmrnlaryy my 3 P.T.A., s,c.A. E 13' JAMES FRANCIS SKARBEK 1232 Linden Avenue Arburus 27, Md. Elemenlnry Kappa Delta Pi. 156 M fr W Seniors ,rg vr gf qyvvq- if BETTYE FISHBEIN SOFFER 3609 Lucille Avenue Baltimore U, Md. Elementary Glen Playersg Alpha Psi Omega: Gamma Theta Upsi- lnng Glee Club. 1958 em? if 'C' MARY KATHRYN ELAINE SORRENTINO l0l Overbrook Road Baltimore 12, Md. Elrmenlary THELMA EILEEN SOUTHCOMB 4310 Barrington Road Baltimore 29, Md. Elemcnlary W.A.A.g S.G.A.g Tower Efbog Fire Marshallsg Tower Light. RUTH ANN SPENCER Rocks, Harford County, Md. Iuuior High S.C.A.g S.C.A. Choir Glen: Club. - 157 ami' 'C' XV 5 - 2. .7 i li .' ' X2 PEGGY ANNE STEINACKER , Q Box 480, Rr. 14 ff ' Baltimore Z0, Md. rn fyx lzlvmrntary f L.S.A.g FTA. 3 -4. fr 0 ly ag- -Q.-.-, Wesrnuinsrer Fcllowshipg Inter-Varsity Fellowship. BETTY JANE STONE Kingsvillc, Md. Kirlzfrrgarfcn-Primary I.R,C.g Orchestra: Towcrsg Gamma Theta Upsilong F.A.C, JANICE ENDSLOW STUBBS X806 Norrhwoocl Drive Baltimore 12, Mcl. Elcnzcnfary Seniors MARLENE NASOOR SULS 2708 Gearrncr Road Baltimore lf, Md, '53 Kirzflvrgurlml-Prinzary l 58 Q , I , i i . I 1958 w S r i I B I I I is T-jfrr l -'ws aw, l l l A fav' ! V ,A , r 1 i 1 l l l l I RONALD COLE SWEANY P. O. Box 1493 Annapolis, Maryland lilcnzrnlary 1 W'estminster Fellowship. WARREN CLAYTON CHARLES SYLVESTER 4009 Riclgecrofc Road Baltimore 5. Md. Iunior High Newman Clubg Glee Club. WILLIAM S. TALBOTT 137 Brandon Road Baltimore 12, Md. junior High Gamma Theta Upsilon. x. ANN CHRISTINE TAYLOR F.'I'.A.g S.G.A. I 59 Conowlngo, Md. Kimlcrgartcn-Primary V 'T I nr Q ,f I , 'Q . , ,Y v ru. 'al . I.. 2 'ilu mfr! '-ff" 5 if-M., E"F'f:.' L 1 . -. .,,1 J' I V ,.,...,,., , FJ f':,1:Q HELEN KONIECZNY TAYMANS 3133 Dudley Avenue Baltimore 13, Md. Iunior High JOSEPH PIERRE TAYMANS 1, , 4 , .f'?Ql,fff" q ,.' -.s BN if E, fc: 3. , 'aw' ,QQ- 3133 Dudley Avenue Baltimore ll, Md. RQ junior High A lit- ' . 5. .wat 5 ' . ' - -r r ' H2-w,,,::2E ,451 ,, ' 45-' Mfiitfrzzzeahfie sn. rv f,CRQt.-:':.fgaa,Qge3?t5 - ,:.-'46 41 hub' 'Ste 5,3 . - ' -iv.JSi"F' - .ff-is-:A-N ' f Q Us hfgggb, Ax A yang'-7 . 75 4 n ew - -iriaizsirnla 9 ,sea JOAN CARROLL TISCHINGER W'.A.A. Warren Road Cockeysville, Md. Kinmfrrgurlcri.-Primary SIDNEY HERBERT TISHLER S405 Grismer Avenue Baltimore 15. Md. l -,- Xi Iuninr High ' Towers, Ed.g Alpha Psi Omega, Pres.g Gamma Theta Qgg Upsilon. lpai. B- .1 EE 160 Semzicom fu- FUN SANDRA ELAINE TOBACHNICK 2120 Oakland Avenue Baltimore 20, Mcl. Elvmeniary F,T.A.g Tower Erlaaes. V 5 JAMES RICHARD TRAYLOR 3109 Fairview Road gr Baltimore 7, Md. junior High X ' , - 1958 JOHN GABRIEL TRIDONE 2714 Northern Parkway Balrimorc 14, Md. junior High Camcra Clubg Veterans Club. CAPRICE MONICA UHLHCRN 1809 Wcndover Road Baltimore 14. Maryland Elumrufury Newman Club: Biology Club. 161 ,vii ,AN .1 ,Q pl- 3' :lv-v'. . . .1 -3 - QA! , fun -' fix 'Y if W 1 9 .- ,.,:. Ox- "C" 1. fd?- JEAN LOUISE VAUGHN 343 Elizabeth Ave. Hagerstown, Md. Elcnlczitary F.T.A.g S.C.A. JANE CATHERINE VOGELER - S546 Oakland Road Baltimore 27, Md. Elvmrnlarj' Newman Clubg F.T.A. MARY ELLEN XVAGNER 324 Bal l.R.C. Riverside Road rimore 25, Md, Elrnnzilary Seznzzzozris , "3 l. 'Wil :QM JEAN ANN WALKER 411 Trappe Road Baltimore 22, Md. Elemrnta ry Newman Club: F.T.A. .qi 5 ling 162 1958 KATHARINE ELLIGOOD WARREN Route l, Box 158 Indian Head, Maryland Elvmentary XV.R.C.g Interfaith Councilg S.C.A.g Canterbury Club. 1673 :QQ ' 'ir T.'I'ff7 RONALD CHARLES WARTMAN 63 Broadship Road Baltimore 22, Md. 35 Eh-menlary ' 755- 7 Baseballg S.G.A.g F.A.C.g Men's Residence Council. pfx JUDITH ANN WEITZMAN X800 Clover Rqad Baltimore IS, Bild. Kiudvrgarlm-Primary I 'QQ Glen Playersg jewish Students Association. arg QQ FUN 5: 1l""" X ETHEL SANDRA WELKER 236 Augusta Sr. Westminster. Md. Elflllfflfdfj' Hostess Club: Orchestra. 163 1 ..-db' I 'tif' x .14:ag.- .Wt N 1 wr-yy 7 . :Qqj 1 - f 2131425 TQEEX - ' if BARBARA LADONNA WHALEY 2109 Forrest Ave. Baltimore 27, Md. Elcwmnhzry 1S.S.U., V.-Pres.g Glee Clubg S.C.A.g Class Assembly. 'ww 'Env F 1 ' Q JAMES EDWARD WIEDERMANN 7201 Fai! Ave. Baltimore 24, Md, lumor High Soph. Class, V.-Pres.: Class Assembly: Town Erborx WB. Bus. Mgr. QUYQ Arr- if ,X ' A CAROLYN ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 617 Piccadilly Rd. Towson 4. Md. gs- Elrmfnlary fog Gamma Theta Upsilong F.T.A.g l's.S.U., Treats.: S.G.A., Cor. Sccg Senior Class, Cor. Sec., Class Assembly. 1' . ' CT, gy--.r ..- A V x :J X ' O K D L 0 DORIS RUTH WIMERT ZS Spruce Ave. Westminster, Md. Elementary F.A.C,g F.T.A.g Womcn's Resid. Council, Pres.g Class Assembly. I64 Semzzcom' - LAURA CARTER XVINTER 3 S05 Rosedale Rd. fix Baltimore 15, Md. ' ' K lilvrrlrrzlary QA u N, ' , A -ff . l f lg A V1 , V . -mx MARGARET MARY NVISNOM , Harford Rd, . V! Hydes, Md, 'L' Elrmcnlary Q K Canterbury Club. 'N' ' r "bf EILEEN ALICE WOLF 3121 Kentucky Ave. Baltimore 13, Md, Kindvrgnrlvn-Prinxnry L,S.A.g S.C,A.g F.T.A.g Class Assembly, 1958 SHIRLEE ROSALIE WOLF 5329 Gist Ave. Baltimore IS, Md. Elvrncntary Gamma Then Upsilon, 165 M,-'-.., 45'Q"1,. X l ff, ,,x ?'? 'uf T"- ftmvgq, in-5 JANET MAY WORTHINGTON 4615 Howe Ave S E Washington 23 D C EI:-menlam S.C.A.g Orchestrag F.T.A.g Westminster Fellowship Class Assembly. BARBARA WEAVER ZENTZ 3816 Copley Rd Baltimore li Md junior High Kappa Delta Pig Hostess Club. GLENN ZIMMERMAN Maple Ave, W'all-nersville. Md. Elemenlary au Club M.A.A.g Veteran's Club. HENRY CARSON FRANK 403 Alabama Rd. Baltimore 4, Md. junior High 166 1958 e . 'Q' f' PAUL CROWLEY ju Iuuior Hivb GQ 5 K4-Q -x ,.- JAMES FRIESLAND junior Higb junior Colligo M CHARLES CLINE COLEMAN ' U04 Alhambra Ave. .. ,. , in . , 1, l 7,4 xx Baltimore 12, Md. Q A fb 7 Ui'-5 i' 6: 5,325.7 .:'4"' Q '17-A l fn - lunror Cullvgv il. CHARLES LEROY MOTT 'K 9' 3020 White Ave. 'Q ip- Baltimore I4, Md. bv Veterans Club. W ' 'Q x' 1.-,x 167 Clue Clubg Westminster Fcllowshipg S.G.A. A-P-'f ,auf-fl rr. ies?" A " junior College 244 Ridge Ave. ' S I I",! ...- 1 ,Nl 1 -1 Q DONALD CARL PACE A I 5'2" ' ,. QYISL1 1 . Baltimore 4, Md. ' ...-gf , -,Q A Qi 2 , -D, .- N-,. , -.X ! . ' .mm f - ' J .avi 12 5 ea 9 gh? 3 9.4 ' 5 2 211, . n .4 .. 1 ' Q-' - -5. g,.,rj.-4 mf. .,, F-.Rn ,.,,..-Vx.. . ., gear? ,gg L, 5,5 'L 'fi Y.: , . "-is . --' . V ,fr-N - ' " A .il 'I 4 - 1- T its "'a ' Iunior College 2.4 ' JOHN PATRICK QUINN X' ,I . S04 Vfoodbourne Ave. " , vi, Baltimore IZ, Md. .gan ' Newman Club: Cross-Country. Y' Q Q ,R g'N Sm Year K H. LAWRENCE FEELEY J N- ' X 2 N. Ashburton St. Baltimore 23, Md. -'Vx 510 Yvar LINDSEY ALLAN HILL 3027 Walbrwk Ave. Baltimore 16, Md. ,. Q Z, 41-'J N. .'-3.11 ' ' 168 Scalwl: Carolyn Williams, corresponding sucrcraryg Jackie Meacham, rec ordlng secretary. Siumfing: Carey Bolster, presiclenrg Nelson Bolender f vice prcsiclentg Nancy Hcim, treasurer. Senior Class Ufficem .. Uufifanding .mio u -7955 -If - fl 4' Y" ,s ,Ze Fran! row, left to right: Nancy Heim, jackie Meacham, Judy Lee, Patricia Bloxham, Carolyn Smith. Svfmul row: John Schriefer, Virginia Ford, Sidney Tishler, Dorothy Levin, Suzanne Finney, Agnes Kardos, Peggy Mullican, Gerry Hall, Rosemary jenkins, joan Archambault, Doris Wimert, joy Frizzel. Bar.-lr row: Richard Shortt, Henry Litchfuss, Carey Bolster, Richard Clem, Nelson Bolendee, Lee Hughees, Dudley Davis, John Eigenbrodt, George Gott, Bea Glinkovsky and Betty Stone. 170 l WVEOZ rlflfgo at gowson .Altavia Usacfieu For the first time in its history, Tower Echoes publishes its list, of thirty outstanding rnmebers of the Senior Class. We feel that the students nominated for this honor are well qualiied to be chosen to Wbo's Who Among Students in American Colleges ana' Universities. Towson State Teachers College does not participate in this national honorary at this time, but we hope that it will in future years. Leadership, scholarship, service to class and school are the qualities which represent those chosen to Outstanding Seniors of 1 95 8. Those appearing on this list were selected by a committee of students and faculty members. y 171 V ga -. ' ft .6 X ' 'X 4 ..-,V uh. 8, The Reverend Louis Ralph Tabor, D,D., Guest Speaker. Bwfcwfz IMZLXZZFQEJJZ ie Sfezfvifcfe The Student Christian Choir offered several musical selections which helped to embellish the solcmnxty of the scrvicc. 173 1,-4' f. A4 Apperners were serxed at Glen Fsk prcudmg the dinner Doctor and Mrs Hawkms greet rhclr guests A glumpse of dn many Seniors amending the Presxdcnns Dinner 1 O V. 's J 'f-r 'H 36 .nf 1 -1- S MH X: ' E? xl la ll Ii , X 'fnslggi ' Take two-rhcy'rc frcc Seniors take tea 'J' C I75 , ,,,,- Hrquu. mn a km XX Sumor Class Prcsldcnr Carey Bolsrcr serve: President Hawkins rea. I tw- gW7v'7?": 'UTTXI' A150252 df' , I to-Q 5-9 -V VL.- . - ' V 0 - .,-5.0 K 5.-.17 . . ,. ' z L, A maj' rt I. A f ' f' 1 if i r V F I ,- I The Senior Bramzcqzwfei and Prom r ll F Swv 'E :f NJ ,J ,'v V , X- I ,s it I, Q1 w, 1-- 1 X ' 5,t .1 f Q4 x k .e A O 9 x " 'D' Y 19 1 A .' Z. V r' ' ' ,. J' ,.. . 'Q 1, X K 4 .X N -, ,Q w X , X . 1 x, X Q 1. X .:'Al,,un 1 I I 5 ,- A ' 1 . I ,. C wi 5 , ,, 41 "-4:7 . xr fi KN ,H : V- - . J. ir.. y 1 . n . 1 4 . Y w if 0 q ' ' '- -lx "' , For the Hrs: time in the history of any Senior class, a banquet preceded the prom. 176 H15 Exgclluuy Thcodon R Vicluldm :nddrusscs the graduating K, A.- son Presxdunn and Exccumc Dlrecror Resources of the Future Inc.-Guest Reuben G. Gustav Commemzcfememzi S v. The Class Uf 1 958 U0 fgs dfaaa of 7955. . . When a college student reaches his senior year, he comes ever more close to that point in his life which Will determine many things for him. As he progresses through this final year, this point of decision looms nearer and nearer to him. When the day of his graduation arrives, he Hnds himself face to face with a situation which he himself must meet- frankly and without doubt. Frankly-because he must look closely at himself and see himself as he really is. Without doubt-because he must be absolutely certain of what the ramifications of his decision will be. Certainty, absolute certainty is important at this point in one's career, because the decision which must be made will be irrevocable. Once the decision has been made, like everything else we do, nothing can completely erase the results of that decision. Granted, that decisions of every kind have been reversed. But the results of no decision have ever, or can ever be reversed. gown Eagoss circa Produced by H. G. ROEBUCK 8. SON, INC BALTIMORE, MD. 1 7' .1 v .1 A f9:'U'H?l1 iw" in , e n ws .Q - 1 G,.,.,, " is ' , V., ' 4 15 , 1 v ,, M H, , W, ' 1 H ,3 vu g' , ,- qw W 4 1 1 1 w ' P 11 Q v , r i,, -Lf" H. 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