University of Delaware - Blue Hen Yearbook (Newark, DE)

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»- " aiifci I ' i ! , ' ' m i rti h K • V ■fc ' mi y-LA ' ' ' if- s - ' %. aW - ; , UNIVERSITY OF ' • s tV tjF - ' Time, immeasurable, imrnortal state ... Each college generation bears changes, advancement of the Modern buildings, more expan- Population increases in leaps and bounds ... Underneath the arches, usual and unusual merge in the Stream of education that flows ever onward. Forgotten freshman fiasco fo- cuses into starry senior suc- cess ... LIndergrad skilled labor paves the way for the finesse of post-grad mastery . . . Girls and boys emerge women and men from the studious In amongst the hallowed halls of ivy The chimes echo the passing of one more hour, " Time marches on! " Jouy Lut LIFE AT DELAWARE LH lll lHiHWIi SENIORS GOVERNMENT iL Kik ' jQKl l JB HONORARIES PUBLICATIONS SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS FRATERNITIES DORMITORIES ADMINISTRATION COMMExNCEMENT ADVERTISEMENTS CONTENTS Most yearbooks are dedicated to those who have passed on or to those who are leaving the scene; however, this year we are deviating from the traditional paths and dedicating our book to an unsung hero who is still very active in campus life. It is with the most sincere appreciation that we dedicate this book to Mr. Bailey, our untiring and all too often, unrecognized advisor. Robeson Bailey was born in 1906 in Chicago, Illinois, but has spent most of his life in New England. He attended Hill School in Pennsylvania and graduated from Harvard in 1929 with an AB Degree in English. He has spent virtually his working lifetime in higher education, teaching English and creative writing. He taught for ten years at Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges simultaneously, ten years at Smith College, and for shorter periods at the University of Oregon, Middle- bury, Tufts, and the University of Massachusetts. Mr. Bailey first came to the University of Delaware in 1954-55 and returned in 1956 until the present. Mr. Bailey is author, co-author or editor of six books, including three textbooks, a cookbook and a collection of outdoor writings. His latest book is Harry Fletcher Brown, a biography, written in collaboration with President John A. Perkins. Mr. Bailey also served as Associate Editor of Field and Stream magazine from 1946 to 1949. He is also the author of articles, stories, and poems for magazines and newspapers. Mr. Bailey is married to the former Hester Fay and has six children including twin boys. He has three grandchildren. At the University of Delaware Mr. Bailey teaches part-time and is part-time affiliated with the Office of the President as a writer and editor. Many of the attractive brochures published by the University have had the assistance of Mr. Bailey. " DELAWARE FOREVER " Delaware forever Hurrah, boys, hurrah! Up with her banner, and fling it afar. There on her emblem So fearless and free, Forever, and ever, The Blue and Gold shall be. LIFE AT DELAWAR] E CAMPUS LIFE . . . the campus green Three ivy pillars for Smyth Hall When winter comes, can spring? Going to " study " in the library without books? in ORIENTATION Have you seen the photographer ? ' Hey, Joe, are you going to the next mass meeting? " ' Welcome to the wet campus! ' " Fall out with your toothbrushes, you lowly frosh! " ' Down in front! " Things seem to be rolling along . Let ' s have a big cheer for the team Let ' s go . . . the parade has started This calls for a celebration ... see you there ! Benton her work ! 12 " Thmell thumpin purty? The winner! . . . " It ' s so easy when you use les-toil. Here comes the band ! La guillotine ! " Meow ! I " 13 THE QUEEN ' NED Queen Robin enjoys the Homecoming game after the crowning ceremony Cannon decrees to win ! The BIG Delaware Blue Hen!!! Make way for the Queen ! 16 ENGINEER ' S BALL OCT. 29 SOUTH CAMPUS WEEKEND THE FOUR FRESHMEN CHRISTMAS 20 On the Campus we could build a snow- man ... or crown him with a furry hat at the gay and exciting Christmas Dance ! Old Man Winter really outdid himself this year . . . more than once he tucked the Delaware campus snugly under a snowy blanket . . . vigorous snowball fights . . . sledding on the Knoll on well-designed dining hail trays . . . carrying an extra 10 pounds of clothing and boots . . . fun at Christmas parties . . . Peanut Sisters in girls ' dorms ... all these served to make the wintry Christmas season a delightful one ! Again tnis year a University Ooea reigns as , . . Miss Del aware o o o le JOem© it 22 Jim and Helen are on-stage sweet- hearts. THE BOYFRIEND Wj 1 I haven ' t got a thing to wear! Here is the talented cast who will tour Europe with THE BOYFRIEND. 23 GOES TO EUROPE The touring cast spend a busy day getting their passports. Ken and Barb rehearse their number. Tom Lackman, president of E-52 and Dr. Kase meet with the USO Representative. 24 E-52 had its inception thirty years ago as an English course in which the students pro- duced a play as part of the term ' s work. From this modest beginning E-52 has grown into a University Theater ranking with the best in the country. For those interested in the program E-52 offers wide variety — acting, directing, scenery designing, building, paint- ing, costumes, make-up, props, lighting, sound, and box office. Throughout the year E-52 presents a varied program consisting of three major produc- tions, two laboratory productions, and a Children ' s Theater Tour. Major productions run for three nights, with an average staff of fifty students. The laboratory productions offer two one-act plays in one evening, with emphasis on experimentation in new ideas and techniques for the beginner as well as the experienced person. The high point of the season came when the major production, " The Boyfriend, " was chosen by the department of defense to tour Europe. The pictures on these pages show a talented cast preparing for their trip. f-J " k BRUBECK COMES TO DELAWARE A " way-out " beginning for a new semester . . . Dave Brubedc brought his classic jazz to Delaware in early February ... a standing room only audience filled the Stu- dent Center and hummed, tapped their toes, and applauded its way through a thrilling evening with a big name jazz group at the U. of D. ! ! ! 26 J they beat out a start Dave Brubeck explains parts of the next number . . . THE TRIP TO UNITED NATIONS . . . 28 In JriuFsiiiit ol It oetry rvoLert Jrllillyer Professor Emeritus Hillyer amidst admirers . . . personally autographs copies of his latest book on sale in the University Bookstore. 29 Qjmpany D is proud of its smiling sponsor cup .as she receives her " loving MILITARY BALL The lovely line-up! ... of military sponsors, that is! 30 The Queen ' s first dance is with her sponsoring company commander ! Even the military men get thirsty, huh And must also realize that " there is nothing like a dame! " 31 FOREIGN STUDENTS These are the smiling faces of the European students who shared life at Delaware with us this year. We hope that they enjoyed their stay here as much as We enjoyed having them! 32 WOMEN ' S PLAYBILL Third place winner, Cannon Hall, took us to Waterloo train station for a strike of the water workers ' union. Warner Hall entertained us with a Minstrel Show. 34 The winner, Thompson, present- ed a parody on the Canterbury Tales. Behind the scenes. Smyth South in action. ARTIST SERIES n i Albeneri Trio P d«o — Arthur Balsam Violin — Giorgia Ciompi Cello — Benar Leifetz Duo-pianists, Luboshutz and Nemenoff 36 , $iir! , W.-r,, ,, Manhatten Trio. 37 SHIRL JONES JAMES PELLERITE The Canadian Players in the trial scene from SAINT JOAN by George Bernard Shaw. 38 MAYNARD FERGUSON 39 ■ . • " ■ . jj ' Dean Collins taps Betty Jane Howe. ROW 1: M. Michaels, B. Howe, T. Baldwin, P. Wightman, P. McGuire, J. Lindh, V. Green, J. Cozza, A. Koontz. ROW 2: Dean Collins, A. Adams, E. Tantum, T. Heesen, L. Beard, Mrs. Dunlap, P. Craven. MORTAR BOARD AND ODK INSTALL NEW MEMBERS Yogi Bonney taps Barry Riebman. 40 SGA AWARDS Ellen Tantum receives an award for outstanding contributions and service in the interests of the student body. George Westcott and Roy Adams accept their awards and the congratulations of Kent Stoneman, outgoing SGA president. 41 HOME ECONOMICS FASHION SHOW Louise Grove Sipple receives a fifty dollar award for her talent in designing and making this dress. Louise Gurstenburg models her creation. Sue Shirey proudly models her coat. 43 Under the arch of Life, where love and death, Terror and mystery, guard her shrine I saw Beauty enthroned; and though her gaze struck awe, I drew it in as simply as my breath. Dante Gabriel Rossetti 44 HONORS DAY i- ir Just as Spring comes so does the day set aside to honor those outstanding students. Tony Scholl, who attained the highest scholastic index in the senior class, is congratulated by Dean Dearing, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Tony Scholl, Pat Craven, and Sandy Schwab chat with the Honors Day speaker. 45 MAY QUEEN Two lovely ladies . . . Ellen, Queen of the May Lynn, her maid of honor MISS ELLEN TANTUM 46 What a bunch of Aunt Jemima ' s 48 t s »f f A special rain dance ' f i 333 3 = ' ' " ••?. ' 1 • -t » s . . or some —L Irish washerwomen? - yJ: ' .i :ssL:r.J. ' L.ytj: 49 The Philosopher of Newark, Mr. Meredith. The steps of the Library at night. 50 outstanding! ANNETTE ADAMS YOGI BONNEY DICK HUMPHREYS 52 SENIORS TONI HEESEN JOE MARVEL These are the faces that go with the names that have been heard all over the campus . . . these are those people who have been so active — both scholas- tically and socially . . . and what ' s more, these are the extra-curricular leaders also . . . therefore, the 1961 BLUE HEN takes great pride in presenting these, THE OUTSTANDING SENIORS— 1961 !! ! SANDY SCHWAB 53 OUTSTANDING SENIORS KENT STONEMAN ELLEN TANTUM - DORA SCHERER More of those outstanding all-around seniors RALPH WILLIAMS 54 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Many members of the class of 1961 will continue their studies in universities throughout the United States and Europe. Many have won scholarships and fellowships. In honoring these three winners we pay tribute to them all. JACKIE MARVEL and MARY JEAN ASTOLFI honored by Fullbrights! TONY SCROLL . . . . . . recipient of a Rhodes Scholarship 55 ANNETTE STIRLING ADAMS Collingswood, New Jersey Arts and Science Biology MARCIA HUDSON ABBOTT Georgetown, Delaware Education Elementary RICHARD F. AHERN Hockessin, Delaware Arts and Science Psychology WILLARD EMERSON AINSWORTH Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mechanical FREDERICK H. ALTERGOTT Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration MARY JEAN ASTOLFI Bear, Delaware Arts and- Science English JANE IRENE ANDREWS Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science English PATRICIA KAY ATWOOD Lock Haven, Pennsylvania Education Elementary Pv KATHRYM D ' AMICO BACHER Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Education JAMES ROY BADGER Landenberg, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Psychology «?- MARGARET ANN BAIN Summit, New Jersey Education Elementary JAMES MERVEN BAKER Baltimore, Maryland Arts and Science Mathematics JOSEPH GEORGE BALABAN Bayside, New York Arts and Science Biology JOHN HENRY BALY Union, New Jersey Arts and Science History « ALAN RICHARD BARROS Dover, Delaware Arts and Science English DAVID ALLEN BANKES New Castle, Delaware Agriculture Horticulture and Biology ;1 . JOHN SIMON BARRY Dunkirk, New York Arts and Science Economics MARY JANE BARTLETT Levittown, New Jersey Arts and Science Medical Technology i i Sr LYNN FRANCES BEARD Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Education BARBARA NANCY BEESON Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Art Education JAMES JOHN BEHEN III Dover, Delaware Engineering Chemical DAVID M. BEINNER Irvington, New Jersey Arts and Science Business Administration DEBORAH DUKENFIELD BENOIT Wilmington, Delaware Education Art HARRY AUGUST BERRY Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Accounting ! HELEN ANNE BERTRAND Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Biology L ROBERT G. BIDDLE Chesapeake City, Maryland Engineering Electrical DONNA LOU BETTS Milton, Delaware Home Economics Child Development J. MORRIS BINDER Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Chemical BURTON DeWOLFE BISHOP Colora, Maryland Engineering Mechanical CYNTHIA JOY BLANKS Trenton, Michigan Education Elementary MARY ANN BOUKALIS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Political Science and History RUSSELL NORWOOD BONNEY, Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Economics JR. GEORGE R. BOWER Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mechanical JAMES MICHAEL BOYD Folcroft, Pennsylvania Agriculture General NELLIE SARAH BRADFORD Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Medical Technology THOMAS ALAN BRADLEY New Castle, Delaware Engineering Electrical GAIL DOROTHY BREMER Rutherford, New Jersey Arts and Science History SHEILA ELIZABETH BROWN New Castle, Delaware Education Elementary GAIL MARIE BUCKELEW Manasquan, New Jersey Education Elementary GEORGE EDWARD BUCHWALD Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mechanical WALTER E. BUSKE Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mechanical GERALD IRVING BUCKSON Newark, Delaware Engineering Electrical JAMES CAMPBELL, JR. New Castle, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration KAY CAMPBELL Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Education Elementary JEANNE ELAINE CARBACK Seaford, Delaware Home Economics Education ARTHUR GENE CARLISLE Felton, Delaware Education Mathematics ADOLPH F. CARLSON III Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration RAYMOND W. CARMEAN Montchanin, Delaware Education Physical Education VIRGINIA JEAN CARSWELL Freeport, New York Arts and Science Sociology RICHARD JOHN CASPERMEYER Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Accounting LLOYD STUART CASSON Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science French STANLEY F. CHETKOWSKI Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Accounting FERDINAND NICHOLAS CIRILLO Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Physics and Mathematics JANET AMBER CLARK Baltimore, Maryland Arts and Science Speech WILLIAM A. CLINEFF, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Civil JUDITH ANN CLEEK Lansdowne, Pennsylvania Arts and Science History PHILOMENA ANNE COCCIA New Castle, Delaware Education Elementary ARTHUR STEPHEN COHEN Wilmington, " Delaware Alts and Science Political Science ' ■ ' } JANET LEIGH COLE Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary CONSTANCE SIMON COMER Seaford, Delaware Education Elementary ANNA MARIE CONNERTY Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Chemistry LINDA LOU COOK Florence, South Carolina Arts and Science English RUTH ELIZABETH COOK Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Education Elementary ELLEN MORTON CORDREY Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science History TRAVIS COSABOOM Medford, New Jersey Education Physical DAVID HENRY COYLE Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Psychology PATRICIA ANNE CRAVEN Pennsville, New Jersey Education Elementary PATRICIA ANN CROSSON Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Nursing LEONARD H. CUTLER Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Biology MARY MARGARET DALECKI Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary BRENDA RAE DAVIS Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary DONALD RAYMON DAVIS Newark, Delaware Arts and Science History JOANNE DAVIS Middletown, Delaware Education Elementary LAWRENCE FRANCIS DeANGELIS Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science History NINA A. DELUCA Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary MARTHA FRANCES DEMPSEY Claymont, Delaware Education Elementary MARGARET DE WILDE Bridgeton, New Jersey Education Elementary LEONARD R. DEROGATIS Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Psychology JOYCE ANN DICKERSON Selbyville, Delaware Education Eletnentary DIANE WILLIAMS DICKERSON Laurel, Delaware Arts and Science Medical Technology ■0 CAROLYN M. DILL Wilmington, Delaware Arls and Science English and French JOSEPH DOUGLAS DIETRICH Matawan, New Jersey Agriculture Business Management HELEN DIKEAKOU Athens, Greece Home Economics General JOHN A. DONALDSON Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Chemical FRANK S. DRAPER Milford, Delaware Agriculture Economics BEVERLY T. DUGAN Milford, Delaware Education Elementary DAVID ALBERT DUNN Newark, Delaware Agriculture Agricultural Engineering ELEANOR WALP EASTBURN Coatesville, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Art Education MARY ELLEN ELLW ANGER Milford, Delaware Home Ecofiomics Education RUSSELL A. EMERSON W ilmington, Delaware Education Elementary BRUCE FAIN Plainview, New York Arts and Engineering Chemical ROBERT C. FAISON Folcroft, Pennsylvania Engineering Mechanical ALAN LAWRENCE FLINN Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Engineering Civil DIANE S. FRANCIS Smyrna, Delaware Arts and Science English JOHN BARTON FRAZIER Dover, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration DAVID LAWRENCE FRANCISCO Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Accounting SUSAN JEAN FRITZ Dover, Delaware Arts and Science Sociology BETTE ANN FROHOCK Wilmington, Delaware Alts and Science General Business ROBERT FRANCIS GAMGORT Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Economics DIANA GEBHART Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary IRIS CATHERINE GEORGE Baton Rouge, Louisiana Arts and Science English WILLIAM A. GEORGE Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Alechanical M. LOUISE GERSTENBERG Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Textiles and Clothing A JOHN WILLIAM GERBER Claymont, Delaware Engineering Electrical MARCIA ANNE GIEMONT Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Foods and Nutiition CHARLES HENRY GIFFORD III Newark, Delaware Engineering Mechanical JANET LOUISE GLAESEL Brooklyn, New York Education Elei?ientary JUDITH SANDS GOCHNAUR Pottstown, Pennsylvania Arts and Science French JAMES A. GORRY III Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Economics DANIEL CLAYTON GRANT Wilmington, Delaware Agriculture Animal Industry ' m ' i DAVID P. GRAY Newark, Delaware Engineering Electrical DONALD R. GREEN Cape May, New Jersey Engineering Chemical EDWARD JOSEPH GREEN Georgetown, Delaware Agriculture Entomology WILLIAM D. GREEN Claymont, Delaware Engineering Mechanical ANNA K ATHARINE GRUBER Devon, Pennsylvania Home Economics Child Development HENRY H. GUNTHER, JR. New Castle, Delaware Engineering Chemical VIRGINIA DOROTHY HAINE Westfield, New Jersey Home Economics Textile and Clothing JOSEPHINE HOLMES HAMILL Glenside, Pennsylvania Education Elementary RICHARD C. HAMMER Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Education Physical Education CHARLES R. HAMILTON Salem, New Jersey Agriculture Horticulture rv ELIZABETH F. HASTINGS Georgetown, Delaware Education Physical Education HAZEL VIOLET HANCOCK Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Chemistry MARY JO HAVERBECK Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary ADRIANNE A. HAYES Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Textiles and Clothing TONYA GAY HEESON Springfield, Pennsylvania Arts and Science English JON PARKER HEGGAN Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Political Science BARBARA LIEBERT HEIMANN Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary N. WILLIAM HILLER, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Geology IRVIN NORMAN HIRSHFIELD Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Chemistry DAVID ELWOOD HILT Milford, Delaware Arts and Science Mathematics BONNIE LEE HOFFELD Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary PETER ALLEN HOFFMEIR Asbury Park, New Jersey Arts and Science Business Administration MARGARET GRACE HOLLOW AY Darlington, Maryland Home Economics Education GERALD PATRICK HORGAN Claymont, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration DAVID MARTIN HUDSON Georgetown, Delaware Engineering Electrical JAMES W. HUGHES Seaford, Delaware Engineering Mechanical A- - - ' MERRITT E. HUGHES Fountainville, Pennsylvania Arts and Science English CAROLYN MASTEN HUMES Milford, Delaware Education Elementary RICHARD FRANCIS HUMPHREYS Lewisburg, Pennsylvania Engineering Chemical BERNICE E. HURLOCK New Castle, Delaware Arts and Science Chemistry JANICE L. HURLOCK Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary ISABELLE MARGARET JAMIESON Hockessin, Delaware Arts and Science Psychology PATRICIA H. JEFFREY Elkton, Maryland Arts and Science Physics BARBARA JANNEY Bronx, New York Arts and Science Biology «9 it}. JOSEPH FRANCIS JERKOVICH Cresskill, New Jersey Arts and Scietice Business Adminislration CAROL CRISS JONES West Chester, Pennsylvania Arts and Science English CAROLYN LEE JOYCE Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Education DAVID B. KAPLAN Baltimore, Maryland Arts and Science Mathematics JOHN F. KELSO Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Psychology BARBARA LOUISE KENNEDY Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Spanish JANET KENTON Wilmington, D elaware Arts and Science Sociology HELEN JOANNE KINDER South Plainfield, New Jersey Arts and Science English ■•9f 7 1 DURAND REED KINLOCK Newark, Delaware Engineering Mechanical PATRICIA ANN KIRCH Newark, Delaware Arts and Science English f y. GERSHON ALLEN KLEIN Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Chemistry SUZANNE KLEINFELDER Glenside, Pennsylvania Home Economics General STUART RICHARDSON KNAPP, JR. Greenville, Delaware Arts and Science Economics WILLIAM MARTIN KNAUER Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Mathematics KAREN JEAN KRILL Washington 16, D. C. Education Elementary DEMETRA H. KRAMEDAS Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science His ' tory wmiBms,isiii!yjsmM MILES D. KUMNICK Wilmington, Delaware Arls and Science Psychology and Sociology ismws- FREDERICK WINFIELD KUTZ Newar k, Delaware Agriculture Entomology THOMAS W. LACKMAN Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Psychology CAIRL L. LAFFERTY St. Georges, Delaware Arts and Science Accounting NANCY MARGARET LAWLESS Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Medical Technology ARNOLD N. LEE Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration ERNEST MARVIN LEVY Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Economics WATSON BEESON LENDERMAN Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mechanical .. -ai - " ' J ROBERTA J. LEWIS Hockessin, Delaware Education Elementary WILLIAM W. LEWIS III Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science English MARJORIE CARLENE LIST Dover, Delaware Education Art NANCY PHILIS LLOYD Seaford, Delaware Education Elementary JOHN E. LOGAN Claymont, Delaware Engineering Mechanical LAWRENCE J. LOGAN, JR. Springfield, Pennsylvania Engine din ;i Chemical NOR MAN L. LOGAN, JR. Liftwood, Delaware Arts and Science Accounting FRANCIS MARK LOGULLO Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Chemistry GRAHAM NORRIS LOWDON, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Civil CHARLOTT SPRUANCE LUDLOW Felton, Delaware Education Elementary PAPE WILLIAM LUKK College Point, New York Arts and Science Psychology JUDITH MARIE LYNCH Staten Island, New York Arts and Science Spanish WAYNE ALLEN LYONS Seaford, Delaware Engineering Mechanical LYNDA ELAINE MADDOX Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary CHARLES WILLIAM MANNING Newark, Delaware Arts and Science History MARY SUSANNE MAHLA Claymont, Delaware Education Elementary PK JUDITH H. MARCUS Annapolis, Maryland Arts and Science Chemistry JAMES ARDEN MARMON Williamstown, " New Jersey Arts and Science Political Science and American Studies NANCY MARGARET MARTIN Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science French and English ROGER ALLEN MARTIN Laurel, Delaware Arts and Science Political Science and German JACQUELINE BARBARA MARVEL New Castle, Delaware Arts and Science French JOSEPH BEEBE MARVEL Newark, Delaware Arts and Science American Studies ROBERT J. MASTERS Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Sociology CAROL ANN MASTROSATI Hershey, Pennsylvania Arts and Science English mB jfom mmi PAUL KURTZ MATTHEIS Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Chemical BARBARA MATEYKA Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science American Studies CAROLE SCHULZE MATTHES Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Music Education HARRY E. MAULL, JR. Lewes, Delaware Arts and Science History in k MLpI 1 El ii H KATHERINE F. MAWDSLEY Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science English ERIC WALTER MAYHEW Newark, Delaware Engineering Electrical JOHN H. Mcdonald Dover, Delaware Arts and Science Political Science PRISCILLA ANN McGEE Milford, Delaware Education Elementary RICHARD ALLEN McGEE Georgetown, Delaware Engineering Electrical SHARON McINTIRE Oxford, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Chemistry ELIZABETH Y. McKINNEY Chester, Pennsylvania Home Economics Food and Nutrition MARY JANE McVAUGH Hockessin, Delaware Education English LAURA LEE MEAKIN Yeadon, Pennsylvania Arts and Science English CHARLES O. MELVIN, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Electrical CHARLES A. MILLER III Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Biology LORRAINE MARION MILLELOT Newport, Delaware Education Elementary ■ PHYLLIS L. MILLER Melrose Park, Pennsylvania Alls and Science Biology RICHARD D. MILLMAX Milton, Delaware Agriculture General SUSAN LEIGH MOORE Woodbury, New Jersey Education Elementary COSETTE L. MORLEY Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary BETTY ALEATH MORRELL Asbury Park, New Jersey Engineering Electrical WILLIAM T. MORRIS New Castle, Delaware Engineering Mechanical VICTOR HAROLD MURRAY, JR. Selbyville, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administratiotj JAMES JOSEPH NARDOZZI Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration « JOYCE IRENE NEIDIG Wyoming, Delaware Education General Science LINDA TURNER NICKEL Dover, Delaware Education Elementary MARY ELIZABETH NOLAN Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary VIRGINIA RUTH NOVAK Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary MARIE SILVIA OEMLER Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science English CAROLYN ALDA OLSON Chatham, New Jersey Arts and Science Psychology and Sociology ETHELBERT NELSON OTT Landenberg, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Art JANET MARIE O ' NEAL Laurel, Delaware Education Elementary B v « 1 NORMA PAGE Toms River, New Jersey Home Economics Textiles and Clothing M. PLEASANTS PEIRCE Djakarta, Indonesia Arts and Science English SANDRA PAPPAS Wilmington, Delaware Home Economics Child Development MARY MARGARET PAPPERMAN Rock Hall, Maryland Arts and Science English CONSTANCE R. PARKER Newark, Delaware Arts and Science English NANCY LEE PARKES Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary MARCIA TOSCELLI PEOPLES Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science English RICHARD PAUL PELOQUIN Manchester, New Hampshire Arts and Science Political Science IRENE REBECCA PHILLIPS Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Education Elementary BRUCE HUDSON PHILLIPS Delmar, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration JO ANNE FRANCIS PHILLIPS Salisbury, Maryland Arts and Science Mathematics MARY ELLA PIERCE Kennett Square, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Medical Technology JANET PIERSON Hockessin, Delaware Home Economics Education MARIE E. PIOVOSO New Castle, Delaware Arts and Science Medical Technology. VS k ' HARRY POGACH Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science History JOHN SPENCER POOLE Cranston Heights, Delaware Engineering Electrical HELEN JOYCE POORE Frederica, Delaware Education Elementary GEORGE BARKER PRETTYMAN, JR. Northeast, Maryland Arts and Science History and Political Science ROBERT L. PRITCHETT Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Electrical RONALD D. PROTHERO Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Biology JOSEPH F. PRZYWARA, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration LIBORIO V. RAMUNNO New Castle, Delaware Arts and Science History JEAN E. REBECCA Trenton, New Jersey Education Elementary EDWARD RAPKIN Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Engineering Electrical MARY ANNE REDMILE Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary CONSTANCE LOUISE REBURN Claymont, Delaware Home Economics Textiles and Clothing MARY ALICE REECE Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary JOAN ELIZABETH REED Middletown, Delaware Education Elementary MARY AGNES REGAN Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science English ANN BARBARA REMEDIO Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary KENNETH GRANT RICE Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania Engineering Mechanical DAIVA SOFIA RIMKUS Dover, Delaware Arts and Science Bacteriology - KATHLEEN WORTZ RIPPERE Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary ALISE COVERDALE RODGERS Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary THOMAS COOMBE ROE, JR. Salisbury, Maryland Arts and Science Pre-Medicine STEFAN KARL ROSKI Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mechanical HELEN ROTTER Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Political Science. JEAN A. ROVEY Bethesda, Maryland Education Elementary NANCY LOUISE RUFF Dover, Delaware Home Economics General FRANCIS EDWARD RYAN New Castle, Delaware Arts and Science History LEON K. SAUFLEY Hershey, Pennsylvania Engineering Civil ih P WILLIAM SUTTON SCARBOROUGH Cheswold, Delaware Eitgineering Civil MARGARET FREE SCHAAL Newark, Delaware Education Elementary RANDOLPH B. SCHILLER Avenel, New Jersey Arts and Science English BARRY SIDNEY SCHLECKER Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science ' Political Science EVELYN MARLENE SCHOLL Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science English SANDRA RAE SCHWAB Lansdale, Pennsylvania Home Economics Education ROBERT W. SCHUTZ Leonia, New Jersey Arts and Science Economics A ' f PERI LEE SCHWARTZ Wenonah, New Jersey Arts and Science Chemistry DAVID ERIC SCHWEFLER Narberth, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Business Administration C. LOUISE SCOTT Claymont, Delaware Education Elementary CONSTANCE M. SEELBACH Upper Montclair, New Jersey Education Elementary JUDITH ANN SHAPIRO Springfield, Pennsylvania Arts and Science English KAY H. SHARPLESS Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science History KENNETH C. SHELIN, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Drama and Speech DORA ELIZABETH SHERER Dover, Delaware Education Elementary fr g M ' - ( CHARLES WARREN SHOOP, JR. West Grove, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Chemistry { ) s WILMER EUGENE SHUE, JR. Newark, Delaware B Arts and Science Economics 1 5 .1 I r 1 1 FLORENCE L. SIEMEN Newark, Delaware Education Elementary WILLIAM R. SIMPLER, JR. Rehoboth, Delaware Arts and Science Mathematics LOUISE GROVE SIPPLE Milford, Delaware Home Economics General LYNNE SMITH Chester, Pennsylvania Home Economics Clothing and Textiles ANTHONY J. SCORSO, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mechanical EDWARD Z, SOBOCINSKI Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science History A BENJAMIN F. SOLLOWAY Smyrna, Delaware Ar s and Science Psychology CAROL ANN SPINDELL Glenside, Pennsylvania Home Economics Foods and Nutiition - W. BROOKE STABLER, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Alls and Science History IRMGARD EVA STALLMANN Bridgeton, New Jersey Education Latin PHILLIS DIAN STANLEY Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Nursing JOSEPH RENNIE STAVELY Newark, Delaware Agriculture Plant Pathology- Entomology DALE R. STECHER Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Mechanical MARY ANN STAVISH Scotch Plains, New Jersey Home Economics Textiles and Clothing r KATHRYN M. STECHER Wilmington, Delaware Alls and Science Biology DAVID F. STEVENS Newport, Delaware Arts and Science Biology 1 ' MARY ELLEN STEWART Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Chemistry PAUL J. STOFA Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Accounting R. KENT STONEMAN Newark, Delaware Arts and Science English and History JOHN A. SUPANCIC, JR. Floral Park, New York Arts and Science Engineering Chemical SHELIA MARIE SWEENEY Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary ELLEN COMBS TANTUM Robbinsville, New Jersey Arts and Science Political Science ANN LOUISE TATE Wilmington, Delaware Education Elementary f ANNE TATNALL Elizabeth, New Jersey Arts and Science Music SARA JANE THOMAS Claymont, Delaware Arts and Science Biology VICTORIA LEIGH D. THOMPSON Newark, Delaware Education Elementary EILEEN KATHRYN TODD Chester, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Nursing LENORE TIMMONS TUNNELL Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science English ALICE FAY VEASEY Georgetown, Delaware Education Elementary WILLIAM HENRY VAUGHN Clayton, Delaware Arts and Science History ? HARRY R. WACKETT, JR. West Hempstead, New York Engineering Civil HARRIETT ANN WARD Milford, Delaware Home Economics Child Development LAWRENCE E. WARREN, JR. Ellendale, Delaware Arts and Science Business Administration NEWTON G. WATTIS Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Engineering Mecha7iical MARJORIE LYNNE WEIL Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Education Elementary - «v. ALLEN J. WENTZ Laurel, Delaware Education Physical Education GARY RICHARD WEST Milford, Delaware Arts and Science Economics WILLIAM PAUL G. WETTER Seaford, Delaware Arts and Science Chemistry •ifc JAMES WILLIAM WHITE Claymont, Delaware Engineerhjg Chemical JOHN RONALD WHITE York, Pennsylvania Engineering Electrical PATRICIA ANN WIDDOES Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Spanish MERRITT BURKE WHITE Southampton, New York Agriculture Animal and Poultry Science CHESTER E. WILCOX, JR. Wilmington, Delaware Arts and Science Engineering Electrical H. DRAKE WILLIAMS, JR. Norristown, Pennsylvania Arts and Science History DIANA HELEN WILLIAMS West Chester, Pennsylvania Arts and Science Spanish r- ZJ RALPH O. WILLIAMS Newark, Delaware ' • Arts and Science Accounting - WALTER RANDALL WILLIAMSON Newark, Delaware Engineering Chemical F JOAN MARIE WILSON Wilming ton, Delaware Arts and Science Biology JUDITH ANNE WIVEL Marshallton, Delaware Education Elementary OSWALD WILSON, JR. Friendship, Maryland Agriculture Agronomy JAMES CLAYTON WINDSOR Laurel, Delaware Agriculture Business Management CHARLES CURTIS WOLFE Milford, Delaware Engineering Chemical 9 .ii!rm [ MICHAEL P. WOLYNETZ Minquadale, Delaware Engineering Mechanical PATTI V. WOODRUFF Fair Haven, New Jersey Education Elementary HAROLD L WOODWARD, JR. Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Political Science HERBERT E. WYLEN Newark, Delaware Arts and Science Physics WESLEY R. YARNALL Wilmington, Delaware Engineering Electrical HELEN LYONS YATES Hockessin, Delaware Education Elementary JOSEPH E. YOUNG New Castle, Delaware • Arts and Science Accounting ' ,N J IS.«•v .v ,:s± .. . a3£. :.aa;t:ft! ' - THUI 5. DK. 5Rown m - i __jH GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN ROW 1: J. Davis, Transportation; B. Franck, Student Court; S. Plotkin, Ompus Chest; P. Christian, Dining Hall. ROW 2: T. Fornarotto, World Service; R. Kutz, Public Relations; C. Hill, Elections; T. Roe, Student Court; J. Lindh, Finance. 100 STUDENT GOVERNMEN ASSOCIATION 101 The S.G.A. Senate, an organization composed of students elected to represent their fellow classmates, has a very important part to play in University life. This year great strides have been made under the leadership of Ken Stoneman in furthering the pur- pose of S.G.A. which is to act as a liason between students and the Administration, other on-campus organizations, and outside organizations. The Senate acted in every case to express the ideas, opinions, and wishes of the majority of students. The S.G.A. Senate offers the opportunity for students to truly experience self-government and the responsi- bilities of leadership. S. G. A. OFFICERS President — Ken Stoneman Vice President — Chuck Hill Recording Secretary — Jane Anne Davis Corresponding Secretary — Lee Walborn Treasurer — Jo Ellen Lindh President of the Student Center — Yogi Bonney M. E. C— Barry Schlecker IF. E. C— Sandy Schwab 102 STUDENT CENTER COUNCIL ANDV MIL E ' .Tteasutei MN£ AlSl }£ YOGI BONNEY— President DaVis _ ■Publ. •City The Student Center is exactly what the name implies — the center of student activity. The Student Center is run by a Board of Directors and a Student Center Council. The Board of Directors, composed of the leaders of the top organizations on campus, faculty, and alumni, formulates Student Center policy. The Student Center Council is composed of the President, Yogi Bonney, six Council Committee Chairmen, the Program Director, Dr. Edward Ott, and the Secretary, Carolyn Koontz. This council is responsible for co-ordinating the events and plans which are decided upon by the six committees: Finance, Research and Evaluation, Social, Recreation, Cultural, and Public Relations. Evaluation w " iociai SARA Soci ' Cu£? 5 103 ROW 1: J. Davis, Y. Bonney, S. Thomas, A. Miller, C. Koontz. ROW 2: D. Kaplan, J. Tweed. Yogi and Lynn are obviously consider- ing planning a Student Center hayride. The Fitiance Committee, chaired by Andy Miller, is responsible for all money matters concerning the Council and its operations. The Research and Evaluation Committee is concerned with improving Students Center programs and offering suggestions on ways to further make the programs effective. Dave Kaplan and his committee have investigated many details regarding further effectiveness. Lynn Stein, Social Committee Chairman, and her committee are responsible for planning all social events in the Student Center such as the Dave Brubeck and Maynard Ferguson Jazz Concerts, and the Christmas, Spring, and Homecoming Dances. John Tweed and his Recreation Committee sponsored many bridge and billiards tourna- ments plus many Scrounge dances. The Cultural Committee, headed by Sara Thomas, was in charge of bringing many suc- cessful programs to Delaware in the fields of art, music, films, and speakers on various topics. The Public Relations Com- mittee, headed by Jane Anne Davis, was responsible for communicating to students and the outside world the activities of the Student Center in as many varied ways as possible. The Student Cent er programs were extremely successful this year due to the efforts of these committees. The Publicity Committee working diligently on Spring Dance posters. " ' Sfe Ce., Publ laty! One of the countless chess games going on in the Main Lounge, where beginners and experts can play. w Jazz lovers of Delaware sit enrapt at the Dave Brubeck concert during " Take Five. " (Wonder what the joke was?) STUDENT CENTER ACTIVITIES Students take a break from hard studying to play a hand or two of bridge in the Scrounge. (It couldn ' t be poker?) Lynn and Yogi share with Dave Brubeck the secret of financial success in jazz concerts. ROW 1: N. Kameiy, J. Cozza, B. Starzmann. J. Rvan, B. tones. ROW 2:1 Adams, P. Schwartz, S. Scliwab. L. Millilot, C. List. ROW 3: M. Hawke, L. Johnson, J, Basiago, B. Fisher, K. Smack, T, Baldwin, B. Meade. 7 The Women ' s Executive Council is the coordinating governing body of the women students. The head of house from each residence hall, two commuter representatives, the Chairman of Honor Court, the Chairman of Women ' s Coordinating Social Committee, three Freshman representa- tives and a representative from Mortar Board comprised the group this year. The Dean of Women and the Assistant to the Director of Residence are ex-officio members. Each woman student is considered as a member of WEC. WEC is active in many phases of campus life which involve women. The functions included are of an educa- tional and regulatory nature as well as social. 106 T ROW 1: I. Jamieson; G. Greene; A. Adams, Chairman; J. Jewett, Secreta ry; C. Reburn. ROW 2; B. Jones; S. Milliken; B. Bloom; A. Simpson; K. Mawdsley; P. Woodruff. Honor Court, the judiciary committee of Women ' s Executive Council, is composed of the Honor Court Chair- man, Annette Adams, one Honor Committee Chairman from each residence hall, and a representative from the freshman class. Ex-officio members are the Dean of Women, the Assistant to the Director of Residence, and the chairman of W.E.C. The Honor Court functions as a part of the honor system adopted by the women students at Delaware. Within this system, the Court stresses the de- velopment of self-responsibility by each woman in her conduct and the action within the residence halls and on campus. Among its specific duties are the im- proving of the honor system through standardization of disciplinary action for women students and handling of infrac- tions of regulations. W.C.S.C. The Women ' s Coordinating Social Council is a subsidiary committee of Women ' s Executive Council and consists of representatives from each women ' s dormitory and three committee repre- sentatives. In coordinating the social activities of South Campus, the Council sponsored Christmas caroling, a May Dance, and directed the decorating for Women ' s Weekend. A tradition was established this year when the Council planned South Campus Weekend which received enthusiastic response. W.S.C.S. also determines the recipient of the A. B. Catts Award. WOMEN ' S COORDINATING SOCIAL COMMITTEE ROW 1: K. Hager, J. Draper. ROW 2: E. Kelley, J. Horner, S. Shirey, B. Starzmann, MA. McCombs. ROW 3: L. LaGrange, P. Batten, P. Coyne, P. Williams, N. Kille, T. Fornarotto, M. K ' Burg. 107 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ROW 1 : R. Williams, President; C. Olson, Secretary. ROW 2: H. Williams, Treasurer; T. Roe, Vice President. 108 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS R. Adams, President; B. Starzman, Secretary; R. Brayer, Vice President; J. Messman, Treasurer. 109 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ROW 1: J. Lang Kammerer, Secretary; P. Henriksen, Sophomore Representative to S.G.A. ROW 2; W. Calloway, Vice President; C. Long, President. Absent: L. Cassidy, Treasurer. no FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ROW 1: C. Boddorff, Secretary; P. Layton, S.G.A. Representative. ROW 2: J. Miller, Treasurer; H. Osborn, President; R. Roberson, Vice President. Ill MEN ' S INTER=HALL COUNCIL ED MATHER, Corresponding Secretary JOHN BABIARZ, Vice President F. W. KUTZ, President SAM WHARRY, Recording Secretary NEWT WATTIS, Treasurer ROW 1: N. Wattis, J. Babiarz, F. W. Kutz, S. Wharry, E. Mather, ROW 2: E. Brucher, D. Greenleaf, D. Stecher, S. Knapp, L. Rapkin, R. Mitchell. 112 ■1 ! ' . ' ' ' ALPHA PHI EGA ROW 1: R. Somers, S. Bricker. J. Gainor, J. Hutapea, M. Hughes, D. Hugg, D. Reiver, D. Lovett, J. Balaban. ROW 2: A. Lee, Q. Rossander, C. Miller, K. Lutz, L. Giorgano, P. Prusinowski, T. Briggs. Alpha Phi Omega is the world ' s largest fraternal organization with chapters on over 300 college campuses in the United States. Specifically, the purpose of the fraternity is to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship, and to promote service to humanity. Zeta Sigma Chapter at the University of Delaware serves the campus and the com- munity through many projects such as guide and information services, the " Ugly Man Contest " for the Campus Chest fund, a Cub Scout training program, and provid- ing desk blotters for students. Social events such as the annual " Sweetheart Dance " provide relaxation and fellowship. In addition to service and fellowship, the brothers of Alpha Phi Omega receive valu- able training in leadership. Through these three areas, then. Leadership, Fellowship, and Service, Alpha Phi Omega attempts to fully develop the college life of its members. 114 1 ■ii ALPHA ZETA ROW 1: B. Walker, P. Wilson, B. Lauker, D. Stuart, G. Bunting. ROW 2: C. Sutton, O. Pratt, Treasurer; A. Weber, Chronicler; M. Boyd, Chancelor; D. Bankes, Censor; R. Stavely, Scribe. ROW 3: Mr. Barwick, Advisor; R. Kutz, J. Kliment. V. Carmean, J. Hammond, C. Becker, T. Carter, B. Rosengreen. ROW 4: A. Reed, B. Moore, I. Handy, H. Curatle, B. Spenser. A. Street, C. Culver, Dr. Crossen. ROW 5: K. West, C. Crittiden, D. Ashly, H. Wilson, W. Cooper, S. Jaffe. The Fraternity of Alpha Zeta is an honorary organization dedicated to the promotion of the profession of agriculture. High standards of scholarship, character, leadership, and the spirit of fellowship are encouraged among the ' members. Services rendered by the organization include serving lunch during a number of important state agricultural meetings held in Agriculture Hall, the presentation of various awards to outstanding agricultural leaders and students, and a high school visitation program designed to inform students about oppor- tunities in agriculture. Social functions include an annual dinner dance, a banquet, and a picnic. Let ' s dig in! 115 ROW 1: A. Macak, L. Roff, Secretary; L. Jones, President; P. Gray, Treasurer; A. Lavine, Historian; M. Lloyd. ROW 2: A. Koontz, S. Thornton, P. Lowery, E. Anderson, P. Michael, P. Wightman, J. Grayson, D. Ryan, S. Wilmans. ROW 3: B. Howe, A. Adams, B. Phillips, B. Jones, A. King, J. Conklin, J. Neidig. BETA BETA BETA The Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Beta Beta, this year celebrating its sixth anniversary, is an honorary biological society which stimulates and encourages scholarship and re- search in the field of biology. The program for this year included a bloodtyping service for students, tagging of trees on campus, field trips to view operations in hospitals, and a series of programs presented at every business meeting which were open to the public. Of special interest was the publication of the first issue of a Beta Beta Beta newspaper. The Cell, in May. 116 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA SEATED: Stoneman. F. Cirillo, G. Lowdon, P. Hoffmeir, R. Williams, R. Humphreys, T. Roe, Jr., N. Botrney, Jr. STANDING: K. ODK, National leadership honor society for college men, founded December 3, 1914 at Washington and Lee University, recognizes and encourages the exemplary character and superior quality in scholarship and leadership. The Delaware Beta Sigma Circle was established in 1949. Junior and Senior men students in the upper thirty-five per cent in scholarship of the men students in their class are eligible for election. Exemplary character, however, is the prime consideration for membership in this society. ODK annually co-sponsors with Mortar Board, honor society for women students, a leadership conference to encourage and stimulate active participation in the various campus organizations. Active members include faculty participants Dr. R. Reniage, Dr. T. Brochenbrough, F. John Vorath, advisor, and Dr. Cyrus Day, secretary-treasurer. li: PHI KAPPA PHI The national honor society of Phi Kappa Phi was founded at the University of Maine in 1897 for the purpose of honor- ing students of high scholastic attainments and distinctions. The Delaware Chapter was formed in 1905. The Society endeavors to publish a quarterly journal, en- courages local chapters to send aid to dispossessed scholars abroad, and awards several post-graduate fellowships to prom- ising scholars every year. 118 PHI BETA KAPPA Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest national honor society, origi- nated at the College of William and Mary in 1776. It was founded at the University of Delaware in 1956. Every spring a faculty committee selects outstanding senior scholars for membership. Its membership is limited to top-ranking candi- dates for a Liberal Arts degree in the School of Arts and Sciences. 119 TAU BETA PI ROW 1: M. Wolynetz; R, Humphries, President; R. Pritchett, Vice President; P. Mattheiss. Corcoran; J. Handy; T. Jones; J. Walker. Missing from picture: C. Wolfe; S. Roski; B. Bishop. ROW 2: H. Gunther, H. Tau Beta Pi is a national engineering honor society, founded to mark those engineering students who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character. The Delaware Alpha Chapter was established in 1933. To be eligible for membership, an undergraduate must be in the top eighth of the engineering class in his junior year or in the top fifth in his senior year. Careful cojisideration is also given to leadership, character, and initiative. 120 ROW 1: S. Schwab; A. Adams, Treasurer Vice President; T. Heesen, Secretary. Craven, President. ROW Mortar Board first gains the attention of the student body at the Homecoming Game in October; the sale of mums is a characteristic activity of the 105th Tassel chapter, which is the most recently installed member of the national senior women ' s honorary society. The qualities of service, scholarship, and leadership determine the election of from five to twenty-five women to the society in the spring of their junior year at the University. In pursuance of their acknowledged ideals, the members sponsored the Omicron Delta Kappa — Mortar Board Leadership Conference, a clothing drive for needy people within the Newark area, a Christmas project to benefit nearby nursing hoaies, several outstanding women speakers to encourage continued professional development after college, and a tea to honor women Junior Counselors. i 121 SCABBARD AND BLADE Scabbard and Blade is a national military honor society, its purpose, primarily to raise the standards of military education in American colleges and universities, to unite the military departments in closer relationship, to encourage and foster the essential qualities of good and efficient officers, and to promote friendship and good fellowship among the cadet officers. Membership is based on merit only. One of the duties of the cadets is to raise and lower the flag on the campus every school day. Each year the organization sponsors the Military Ball and other social events. ROW 1: J. Marvel. B. Knauer, A. Flinn, W. Simpler, E. Green, J. Frazier, J. McDonald. ROW 2: N. Bonney, F. Cirillo, M. Boyd, J. Behen, R. Humphreys, J. Heggan, W. Lyons. ROW 3: P. Shelton, G. Lowden, P. Gray, J. Rider, D. Boyce, J. Robinson. ROW 4: J. Stieglitz, L. EUery, L. Logan, P. Lukk. 122 ROW 1: J. DeWilde, President. ROW 2: J. Boldovici; D. Colye; R. Ahern. The Delaware Chapter of Psi Chi, the National Honorary Society in Psychology, has two goals: advancing the science of Psychology and stimulating scholarship among members. Towards these goals, the Delaware Chapter has established an award to be conferred, in the Spring of each year, upon the student wHo has demonstrated superior ability in re- search planning and execution. Apart from the regular meetings, the activities sponsored by Psi Chi include a banquet held in the Spring of each year at which new members are initiated. PSI CHI 123 ROW 1: C. Rebum, Secretary; M. Holoway, President; S. Sch-wfab; L. Beard, Historian. ROW 2: M. Stavish; M. Stahmei; N. Page; K. Bacher; M. Lloyd. ALPHA RHO Alpha Rho, an academic honor society in the School of Home Economics, was organized in February, I960. The organization was so named in honor of Dean Emeritus Amy Rextrew whose initials are represented by the Greek words. The primary purpose of Alpha Rho is to recognize superior scholarship of home economic students and to encourage leadership, service, and research. On the basis of these qualifi- cations, outstanding students of the junior and senior classes are selected each year. Throughout the year a planned program enables Alpha Rho to encourage research and to promote higher scholastic standards. Every semester. Alpha Rho gives a tea honoring home economics students who are on the Dean ' s List. 124 ROW 1: K. West; T. Filipi, Recorder; I. Hirshfield; J. White. Master Alchemist. ROW 2: E. Brucker; C. Chirico; B. Ingram, Master of Ceremonies; R. Lumpkin; J. Thomas, Reporter; R. ' Mitchell; J. Reetz. The Beta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma, national professional fraternity in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, is one of fifty-two chapters in the fraternity ' s collegiate branch. In addition to the chapter ' s social activities, Beta Kappa promotes safety in the laboratories and presents guest speakers on subjects of general interest to the Chemist and Chemical Engineer. Dr. Mosher, Chairman of the Department of Chem- istry, is the chapter ' s advisor and a member of the fraternity ' s professional branch. ALPHA CHI SIGMA 125 KAPPA DELTA PI Zeta Omicron Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was installed on this campus in May, 1949, as an honor society in education. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi shall be " to encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. To this end it shall invite to membership such persons as exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship. It shall endeavor to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its members and to quicken professional growth by honoring achievement in educational work. " ROW 1: Anne Simmons; Irmgard Stallmann; Lynn Beard; Priscilla McGee, Secretary; Linda Nickel, President; Patricia Craven, Treasurer; Louise Scott, Vice President; Jean Rebecca; Sandy Schwab. ROW 2: Ethelbert Ott; Joan Johnson; Beverly Hall; Geraldine Gray; Toni Heesen; Margaret Moore; Janet Glaesel; Catherine O ' Connell; Sue Mahla; Jean Astolfi; Kay Bacher; Brenda Davis; Joyce Neidig. ROW 3: Thelma Balwin; Joan Sibol; Barbara Beeson; Margaret Palmer; Kathleen Rippere; Connie Pease; Gail Bremer; Janeen Brown; Bonnie Bloom; Elaine Hampton; Florence Sie- men; Joyce Dickerson. 126 PUBLICATION BLUE HEN EDITORIAL BOARD ROW 1: G. Klein, Advertising Editor. ROW 2: M. Sloin, Business Manager; L. Meakin, Typing Editor; J. Marvel, Fraternity Editor; C. Jones, Typing Editor; C. Mastrosati, Senior Editor; D. Williams, Sports Editor. ROW 3: B. Hall, Copy Editor; B. Struyk, Layout Editor; J. Davis, Art Editor; T. Heesen, Editor-in-Chief; R. Reck, Photography Editor; S. Plotkin. Circulation Editor. Absent: J. Carback, Literary Editor. 128 ROW 1: J. A. Davis, M. Eveson, C. Urbano, L. Tallman. ROW 2: M. L. Ledyard, E. Struyk, L. Larson, C. Jones, J. Marvel, L. L. Meakin, C. Mastrosati, P. Christian. ROW 3: S. Hunsicker, J. Diemicke, T. Heesen, S. Plotkin, B. Hall. ROW 4: G. Klein, R. Reck, D. Williams, M. Sloin, A. Miller. BLUE HEN STAFF An Ode to Us We are smiling — see! Indication that all our trials and tribulations were not in vain. ' !. ' Sure, assembling this 1961 yearbook has been difficult, but . . . Toni can still stand among her clan! Poundmg pavements for ads knock Gersh off his feet? Carol M. finally got all the apathetic seniors ' info sheets . . . and Carol J. and Laurie can still type, even after that directory! Marv and Sue handled lots of money . . . much of it going to Bob and Marv, too, for film. Joe cajoled the frat men into posing pretty, and Drake is probably still hoping for pictures from Mr. G. ! Clever pages appeared via Betsy and Jane Anne . . . Bev reads and corrects all Jeanne ' s staff ' s mistakes. Our ode is short and faulty, but we have enjoyed our communal labors! 129 Gersh ponders an ad. Laurie and Carol decide it ' s " First initial, last name Our Gang 130 Barb is concentrat- ing on a girls sports article. WILLIAM MACCHI ANTHONY SCHOLL ROBERT BERRINGER These are the Seniors who . . . did not read the notice . . . missed the deadline . . . could not be included in the Senior Section GREGG WILSON WILLIAM P. SPENCER ROBERT PRICE 132 ■•■Mtfi r ROW 1: V. Haine, Feature Editor; C. Spindell, Editor; W. Hudson, Co-Editor; C. Wagner, Advertising; A. Clarke, Circulation. ROW 2: J. Huebner; J. Wilder; B. Ward; Carol Herter; M. Busha; A. Macak; J. Woerner. NEEDLE AND HAYSTACK A unified staff from the schools of Home Economics and Agriculture publishes the Needle and Haystack each spring. It brings to the students and graduates of the two schools, and students of Delaware high schools, news of the past year including activities, research, and information about new faculty. The lighter side is also portrayed in the form of cartoons and poems. The news is highlighted by means of photographs of the various activities. 133 . - » »t»ngate extfa- m tne campus means that an exercise criticism is about to be undertaken in Newark, study sh omplainti l||| , J n heavy " ' - A ith disc echoes ( Now th to and mmisic adergra ' he uni idents. s well iring, rneetii «med t. Jol residi f " tl or a las t on. y, t isib e u 1 s tioi d nc ar of relieve faculty members from the instruction of several basic cour- ses. They would then, be free to these see th ' ternitic wants ROW 1: B. Edwards, P. Tinkler, C. Keen, S. Hingston, H. Simon, J. Williams, J. Williams, J. Brown. ROW 2: M. Barbalich, G. Thompson, E. Tantum, E. Levy, H. Isaacs, D. Granke. ROW 3: A. Macak, A, Meldon, J. Astolfi, J. Lindh, K. Smack, L. Lewis, B. Smith, J. Wilder, E. Zill. ROW 4: J. Kissel, B. Lovinger, M. Sloin.C. Kiss, B, Schlecker, D. Dupress, J. Blank. , tase null- thkt bu.r no under aduate 1 ...Q - - -ss e=ii HF ' ' i =r I Le Rouge e all, D. xse, t W6lf Auditoriu. le noir ( r by falling asleep, to prepare for " Sunday, ' ' vlc-ultv Lounge 1 ■■in n.m.. bacujLv 1 :m pni St ien CoffeeHour ° Se the classroom-and whether " [. . . o ' IJ .r£.r.f.. S. ' -S iHe could listen Le Rouge ...llllv OTfje Eebieto tau PRESS Irvta Hirshfield — Bu»iiie»» Manager Kllen Tantum — Ed»ot-in-Chl»f Natn ' l Ads Manager Howard Simon Local Ads Manager Fred Handelman Cinnilation Manager Barbara Edwards News Ass ' t Barbara McKee Cynthia Keen Headline Editor Sandy Blank Copy-Edilor Denise G-ranke Ernie Levy — Managing Editor News Editor Gail Thompson Sports Editor Howard Isaaes Feature Editor Marge Barbalich Cliief Reporter Barbara Edwards New. Staff: Kay Smack, Barbara McKee, Jean Astolft Mike Prettyman, Stevle mi on. Cynthia Keen. Virginia Zee, Mike Lewis, Ruth Beatty. Cub Staff: Robert Burge. Dave Dupree. Howard Tuck, Barbara nu h, BUen Zell HoUy Painter, Kitty Aufrecht Adrienne Meldon, Judy wuaer, jSdfwTu s. Abbie Stolp r, Sally Wagner. Carol Kjss Copy Staff: Robert Burge. Cynthia Keen. Judy Wilder. CircuUlion Staff: Elaine O ' Oonnel, Carolyn Alejcander. Sports Staff: Bob Lovinger. Jim Thompson. Feature Writer: Tony Sholl, Bill Hayden. Head Typist: Pleasants Tinlder Photographers: Marv Sloin. Typists: Judy Brown. Point Secretary: Linda Lewis. Ads Layout: Baren Fischer. The Delaware Review is the student news- paper, published each Friday and available with- out charge to the campus community. Presenting all the news, past and present in a clear, correct manner is a continuing challenge to the some 50 staff members. ] Sports SLANTS J? ' " Take a letter . . Time out for s ' ' lies ' MondaV n ' 8 ' - Who A veteran employee , cb ' .? ' ' 4 ' v , - !! ' « - °V " o . ' ' ' - ' «,% x K ' . ;, e» ' Vvfve- o cai K - Kandom ZJliouqlit By M. LAWREHCE I . Thi column is »o Jiiclo lo question „, ideals. It Will also Irv •os»U ilily of other e»e uutitutions - al column w ' " ' iing wee ' - tha •■ The Queen Bee a her workers nd Kee er Of The Flame i VENTURE VENTURE, the campus magazine, is published once each semester. The purpose of the publication is to serve as a vehicle for creative abilities in the area of poetry, prose, and art work. The material for the magazine is submitted by the undergraduates and is selected for publication by the Editorial Board. The Editorial Board, composed of members of the various schools, represents a cross- section of the entire student body. The Board acts as an advisor to the editors on matters of policy and on the selection of an Associate Editor. The Editors, Editorial Board, and Faculty Advisor strive to present to the student body a magazine which is handsome in appearance and entertaining and informative in con- tent. It is for this that VENTURE exists. 136 I SPORT FOOTBALL TEAM r-a- -■ -r FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Delaware 14 Lehigh 27 12 Amhurst - 14 Lafayette 3 14 New Hampshire 31 6 Marshall 6 20 Hofstra _ ; 26 Temple 12 Rutgers 22 Bucknell 26 Season ' s Record: 2 — 6 — 1 DELAWARl- — 14 Ll ' HIGH — 27 Quarterback Gary Herbert is dumped for a loss by hard-rushing Lehigh line. This was typical of that afternoon in Bethlehem as Lehigh won 27-14. JOE JERKOVICH— Tackle 1 DELAWARE— 12 AMHURST — 14 Captain, Mickey Heinecken, leaps in vain for a pass. Delaware lost this home opener to Amhurst by the margin of two extra points, 14-12. DAVE BEINNER— Halfback 13? DELAWARE — LAFAYETTE — 3 Ken Schloeck finds running room around Leopard ' s end in the Homecoming tilt. Despite big yardage gains throughout the afternoon by Blue Hen Backs, Lafayette won on the strength of a second period field goaL VERN WALSH— Halfback DELAWARE — 20 HOFSTRA — Blue Hen back, Clint Ware, returns a Hofstra punt for short yardage in this game played in the rain. DICK PELOQUIN— Guard Sophomore fullback, Dick Gemp, finds the going tough as he at- tempts to go through the center of the line. Delaware ' s first victory in the contest ended Hofstra ' s unbeaten string of seventeen. 141 DELAWARE — 26 TEMPLE— 12 TRAVIS CASABOOM Finding his receivers covered, Quarterback Herbert is forced to tote the leather himself. Delaware stopped the Owls 26-11 for their second straight victory. 142 Ron McCoy, sophomore halfback, finds Rutgers ' linemen waiting for him as the Scarlet Knights wrap up the MAC title with a 22-0 victory. ' • — » ■-T ' DELAWARE — RUTGERS — 22 Alert linebacker, John Scholato spears a Knight aerial. DELAWARE BUCKNELL - -0 26 W:v ' -, Ted Kemski, being pursued here by Bucknell linemen, passes with deadly accuracy in the final game of the year. Bucknell prevailed with a 20-0. DELAWARE COACHING STAFF: End Coach, Irv Wisniewski; Assistant Coach, Ed Maley; Line Coach, Mike Lude; Freshman Coach, Raymond Duncan; Trainer, Dr. C. Roy Rylinder; Backfield, Harold Raymond; Assistant Coach, Jimmy Flynn; and Head Coach, Dave Nelson. 144 Delaware Stadium Delaware Stadium is the scene of all home football games played by the University of Delaware football team. It was completed in 1952. The stadium is built on land which was part of the University farm. The stadium, made possible by University funds supplemented by gifts from Alumni, has permanent seats for seven thousand people. 145 £ ROW 1: Rishel, Zeigler, Haycock, Boyaton, Gorry, Allen, Matlack, Warner, Murray. ROW 2: Eiker, Murray, Mcxjre, Long, Coach Watson, Willis, Niece, Wilda, Keck, Bunting. VARSITY SOCCER Delaware Washington College 3 1 Drexel 4 Lehigh 5 1 Buchnell . 4 Johns H opkins 2 3 Ursinns 2 4 Muhlenburg 2 Western Maryland 3 1 . St. Joseph ' s 2 2 LaSalle 4 1 Temple 6 Season ' s Record 2 — 9 Coach Watson and Captain Jay Gorry (46 ■k i 4. % % 4 ' )» ' -»m»=-.x Ifc , T ' JL-M L ' Cu-« •.A rtL.-: ' iS«6; l ' ji k ' Hi ROW 1: Calloway, Kiggin, Stack, Lutz, Quinn, Jerigan. ROW 2: Brucker, Brown, King, Ridgeway, Fisher, Herd. ROW 3: Webb, manager; )ach Steers; Brown, manager; Gilbert, manager. i S£ 1MB ma twm ■■R ■ Hi RS ■HI Iggnpi wg swsm Captain Wes Stack and Coach Steers VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE Upsola 39 Swarthmore 27 Temple 48 Johns Hopkins 28 Franklin and Marshall 49 Albright 65 P.M.C 34 Washington College ' 50 Delaware 19 28 15 27 24 25 15 Fifth place in M.A.S.C.A.C. Championship Season ' s Record: 6 — 1 147 VARSITY ASKETBALL Delaware 60 Lehigh 43 87 Johns Hopkins 59 75 P.M.C 74 snow Washington College snow 80 Bucknell 81 69 Bucknell 75 56 St. Joseph ' s 84 76 Swarthmore 63 59 Rutgers 62 91 Ursinus 85 63 Drexel . 69 65 Lehigh 70 snow Rutgers snow 64 P.M.C 85 69 Albright - 60 61 Temple 81 47 Army 70 82 Muhlenburg 68 70 Gettysburg 77 67 Hofstra 75 72 Swarthmore - 63 Season ' s Record: 8 — 11 m ■ r If 1 M v 1 ¥ ) - ' . ma Captain Jack Baly and Coach Wisniewski. ROW 1: Erara, manager; Barry, Wagaman, Adams, Baly, Lynch, Qoud, Greenhill. ROW 2: Coach Maly, Schoonover, Steele, Coach Wisniewski. 148 Next year ' s co-captain, Bill Wagamon, goes up for 2 points. Alert Lehigh defender blocks Cap- tain Baly ' s shot. Scrappy Delaware won nevertheless, 60-43. 149 Dick Greenhill hits for two vital points as Delaware wins a squeaker 73-72. J50 ROW 1: Georges, Kaufman, Roosevelt, Wattis, Holsinger, Otwell. ROW 2: Kopple, manager; Horn, Wozinac, Crispin, Derrick, Voorhees, Miller, Mitchell, manager. ROW 3: Ojach Kawstrom, McDowell, Gisey, Horton, Giles, Dillon, Home, Thompson, Malone. VARSITY SWIMMING Delaware 67 Lafayette 27 50 Dickinson 45 32 Lehigh 63 60 Gettysburg 35 41 Franklin and Marshall 54 77 P.M.C 17 41 Rutgers 54 65 Drexel 30 38 Bucknell 57 51 Swarthmore 42 Season ' s Record: 6 — 4 Cal Horn, sophomore star, come into his turn. 151 ROW 1: Stanas, Quigley, Foolke, Quillas, Friedhoffer, Rykiel. ROW 2; Coach Watson, Stanton, Chesmore, Handy, Haldeman, Strode, Reinhard. VARSITY WRESTLING ft Delaware 26 Haverford 5 12 Lafayette 12 26 P.M.C 8 22 Albright 12 6 Swarthmore 20 3 Muhlenburg 33 11 Ursinus 19 2 Bucknell 31 9 Drexel 19 Season ' s Record: 3 — 5 — 1 153 Captain Tom Stanton is about to pin his opponent from PMC. Coach Watson and Captain Tom Stanton. Delaware grappler struggles from a dead-locked position with his opponent. The matmen, after going undefeated in their first four matches, lost the last five as a result of key injuries at every position. 154 VARSITY LACROSSE M.A.C. DIVISION CHAMPIONS ROW 1: Schlatcher, Chesmore, Mears, Collins, Morray, Moore. ROW 2: Otlaski, Barry, Messman, Wilson, Wagaman, Lehman. ROW 3: Coach Maley, Pappas, Reeder, Heinecken, Huber, Schwefler, Coach Paca, Woolshin, manager. Delaware 6 Swarthmore 3 1 Lehigh 10 5 Gettysburg 4 Drexel 3 5 Adelphi 2 Penn - 4 4 Franklin and Marshall 3 11 Lafayette 3 6 Towson 3 4 Stevens Tech 3 Season ' s Record: 8 — 2 Coach Maley and Captain Roger Huber 155 ROW 1: Brown, manager; Stack, Mills, Johns, Okalski, Reuello, Schloeck. ROW 2: Jernigan, Bacon, Brown, Riggin, Gilbert, manager; Pratt, Stakechi, Baker, Coach Flynn. Oiptain Wes Stack and Coach Flynn Delaware 98 Swarthmore 33 78 Lehigh 53 101 Bucknell .. 47 Muhlenburg .. 14 90 Washington College 27 96I 2 Johns Hopkins 341 2 79 Temple 51 79 Albright 51 Eighth place in Middle Atlantics Season ' s Record: 7 — VARSITY TRACK Blue Hen top hurdler, Cliff Losee, wins his specialty against PMC. 156 GOLF TEAM 11 2 Rutgers I6I 2 13 Haverford 5 14 St. Joseph ' s 4 41 2 Bucknell 131 2 91 2 Swarthmore 8I 2 4 Lehigh . 14 1 Penn 17 111 Johns Hopkins 61 2 111 2 Washington College 6I 2 91 2 Gettysburg ... 8I 2 7 Drexel 11 91 2 Temple 8I 2 Villanova 6 Third Place in M.A.C. Season ' s Record: 7 — 6 Giptain Mike TurnbuU practicing his putting. 157 VAKSITY BASEBAL! ROW 1: Erera, manager; Ware, Strode, Lutz, Smith, Aldrich, Kempski. ROW 2: Grenda, Young, Lukk, Beinner, Coach Raymond, Walsh, Herisert, Hood, Green. ROW J: Lackman, Groves, Sundra, Ganan, Clood, Gates, Thompson. Delaware rain Connecticut rain rain Colby rain 10 Bowling Green rain Camp Lejeune rain 1 Bowling Green 1 East Carolina 21 7 Randolph Macon 3 10 Georgetown 4 rain Seton Hall rain 2 Swarthmore 2 Fairleigh-Dickinson 3 19 Ursinus 6 7 Muhlenburg 2 8 Lafayette 3 2 Washington College 5 16 Army 9 Delaware 2 P.M.C 1 10 Johns Hopkins 2 LeJiigh 6 Bucknell 1 5 Albright 4 rain St. Joseph ' s rain rain Temple rain 9 Drexel 2 17 Haverford 2 5 Albright (M.A.C. championship game) 2 2 Rutgers 12 Rutgers 3 Vilhinova 5 6 Penn State 4 Syracuse (NCAA District 2 Play-Off) 2 Season ' s Record: 17 — 7 — 1 158 Captain Dave Beinner and Coach Raymond Br m| | •- - ' Uk . - w ' ' S Gary Hebart scores Delaware ' s second run in a victory over Le- high as Bruce Green watches. Tommy Grenda, shortstop; Joe Young, first base; Rusty Gates, pitcher; Gary Hebart, second base. 159 VARSITY TENNI ROW 1: Lange, Diekan, Roe, Feldman, Aller. ROW 2: Osach Rylinder, Barry, Young, Hartman, Miller. Delaware 7 lain 8 2 nia 8 3 9 7 4 8 9 Western Maryland — 2 Johns Hopkins rain P.M.C. 1 Swarthmore 7 Ursinus rain St. Joseph ' s 1 Rutgers 6 LaSalle Temple 2 Bucknell 5 Drexel 1 Washington College Season ' s Record: 7 — 3 160 Coach Rylinder and Captain Tom Roe FRESHMAN WRESTLING Delaware 23 Johns Hopkins 8 16 P.M.C 16 21 Haverford 9 13 Bainbridge Prep 23 8 Bucknell 21 21 Drexel 8 Season ' s Record: 3 — 2 — 1 ROW 1: Young, Houston, Morton, Seibert, Ward. ROW 2: Coach Watson, Brain, Bordon, Smith, Rosenfield, Warren, manager. 161 ROW 1: Green, Wallace, James, Zolak, Norton, Orr. ROW 2: Coach Lannam, Savage, Slader, Kitter, Saunders, Herron, Brown. ROW 3: Brown, LaMotta, Larson, McCuUion, Flink, Nemis, Coach Mangles. ROW 4: Coach Duncan, ORourke, Rosenthau, Kowalski, Wilkinson, Moran, Wil- liams. ROW 5: Harrison, Evers, Masor, VanBurchem, McGuire, Mossena. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Delaware 26 Lehigh 33 Lafayette 26 Bucknell 8 12 Rutgers 8 18 Temple 13 Season ' s Record: 5 — 162 Freshman Football Captain, Don Jones Vic Nieni follows interference in Temple game. Blue Chicks won 18-13 ending an undefeated season. FRESHMAN SOCCER 1 St. Andrew ' s 2 3 Newark High School 6 Newark High School 1 3 Cosmopolitan Club (University of Delaware Season ' s Record: 3 — 1 164 r r ROW 1: Taylor, Ragsdale, McGliney, Furgeson, Bushy. ROW 2: McMaster, Webb, manager; Blomquist, Coach Steers. FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY Delaware 29 Temple 27 32 N.A.P.S 25 12 Johns Hopkins 31 34 N.A.P.S. 25 Season ' s Record: 1 — 3 165 Delaware 77 Lehigh 67 72 P.M.C 57 snow Washington College snow 83 Bucknell 63 64 St. Joseph ' s 71 89 Swarthmore . 56 69 Rutgers . 68 81 Ursinus 72 85 Drexel 48 94 Lehigh 80 snow Rutgers snow 72 P.M.C 61 83 Temple 58 90 Muhlenburg 48 56 Gettysburg 57 77 Bainbridge Prep 59 90 Swarthmore 58 Season ' s Record: 13 — 2 FR 5HMAN ETBALL ri66 FRESHMAN SWIMMING Delaware 62 Lafayette 27 30 Lehigh 64 62 Gettysburg 28 65 Frankhn and Marshall 27 24 Rutgers 62 38 Bucknell 51 291 2 N.A.P.S 56I 2 Season ' s Record: 3 — 4 167 FRESHMAN TRACK Delaware 64 66 731 2 104 Lehigh 66 Stevens Trade 63 Penn - 591 N.A.P.S 26 Season ' s Record: 3 — 1 Coach Williams, Captain McMaster, and Coach Flynn. ROW 1: McMaster, Williamson, Saunders, Gordon, Delapotto, McGleasy, Leider, Hanneberry. ROW 2: Coach Williams, Taylor, Brown, Wilson, Anderson, DiPasquantonio, Rosenthou, Furgeson, Robertson, Richards, manager; Coach Flynn. I6i " ' ' llfflffl iffiYTHLOTCV-v ' ' iT ' ™ ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' .t x.:2- i . The Women ' s Athletic Association in cooperation with the Student Government and the Women ' s Physical Education De- partment provides opportunities for all University women to par- ticipate in various recreational activities. As members of the University, all women students are eligible to participate in any of the activities, which include team and individual sports. WAA has as its purposes developing qualities of leadership, promoting interest in women ' s athletics, and providing oppor- tunities for various recreational activities. Activities sponsored by WAA this year included intramural volleyball, table tennis, basketball, Softball and tennis. Other ac- tivities included archery, bowling, hockey, swim marathon. High School Play Day, and Glassboro Sportsday. May Day is also sponsored by WAA. Clubs within WAA are the Aquatic Club, the Modern Dance Club, and the Officials Club. Next year ' s plans include a Tumbling Club. The above picture shows the members of the WAA Council which includes representatives from each women ' s dormitory, the officers, and the faculty advisor. 170 ATION, 171 Personal Aid for All Freshmen, the COUNSELORS Roy Adams Richard Anderson Ronald Brown Richard Bullock Vance Carmean William Carter Robert Christopher Robert Dolmetsch Lawrence Ellery Guido Garosi Allan Goldman Peter Gray James Handy William Harman Charles Hewlings William Hiller Arthur Inden Howard Isaacs Adriann Jobse Eugene Johnson Thomas Jones William Jones Roger Kelsey Jerrold Knotts William Lehman Robert Loss William Macchi Paul McClary John McDonald Victor Melnychenko Jack Messman Michael Pardee Harvey Pierson Orvid Pratt Jack Rider Stewart Riebman Daniel Roosevelt Eric Schneider Donald Schnetzer Thomas Schonauer Marvin Sloin Wesner Stack Gilbert Stieglitz Kenneth Sutton William Taylor Theodore Treadway John Tull 172 ■ WLiJi i . ,:j ,_- J Ellen Anderson Mary Louise Bahlman Thelma Baldwin Miriam Barton Alda Beach Barbara Bloom Jean Cozza Ruth DaGrosa Sandra Elliott Sallie Evans Sandra Galitski Geraldine Gray Mary Greene Rebecca Hall Betty Jane Howe Judith Jewett Joan Johnson Ann Koontz Margaret Lowery Katherine Mawdsley Patricia McGuire Rose Ann McMullen Margaret Michael Anne Milbury Nancy Miller Cynthia Ness Catherine O ' Connell Roberta Philips Eleanor Quirin Cynthia Rose Rosemary Schepers Joan Sibol Margaret Stahmer Barbara Starzmann Carole Ann Wagner Rosemary Walborn Margaret Warrington Shani Weaver Priscilla Wightman Janice Wilson 173 1 Ike Bamcl PL in o o 174 o o o 175 CONCERT CHOIR The University Concert Choir is a highly selected mixed chorus of sixty voices, under the direction of Dr. Ivan Trusler. The Choir presents annually four major concerts on campus as well as many performances on tour. Women ' s Chorus is made up of seventy selected voices. In the fall they participated in the Choral Festival held in Mitch- ell Hall. At Easter they gave a Lenten Concert and in May they joined with the band and the other choral groups in a Pops Concert. The Varsity Chorale has only seventeen members. This small size produces more freedom and greater blend in and between the voice parts. The group participates in concerts given on campus and on tour. WOMEN ' S CHORUS .f i OJVjPHflL . in U If n ii Mmmi 11 1! n If U-II ' :-»ttit ?Sai ' ' " -x::- " 176 VARSITY CHORALE 177 iir C lrioir Jr racticm a 1 Fi Id lite to Joac 178 ROW 1: R. Reck; J. Welch. ROW 2: M. Wild; B. Hackland; C. Pattan. ROW 3: A. Tate, Corresponding Secretary; P. Schwartz, Recording Secretary; M. Boukahs, President; A. Milbury, Vice President. ROW 4: B. Riebman; W. Little; A. Liebman; B. Schlecker. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The purpose of the International Relations Club is to stimulate interest in international events on the campus. Our own professors and men working in the international field have been guest speakers for the club. The club is affiliated with the Collegiate Council for the United Nations. Through this affiliation the club sends a delegation to a Model General Assembly for a weekend in the Spring and a Leadership Institute at the United Nations for a week in June. The International Relations Club offers an excellent opportunity for a boy or girl interested in working for an international organization or in international law to obtain practical knowledge while still attending college. 179 HOME ECONOMICS SENATE The Senate of the School of Home Economics is a representative body of girls in the school for the purpose of promoting a feeling of unity and under- standing between students and faculty and also to discuss problems and present new ideas which would strengthen the school as a whole. This liaison group sponsors the highly anticipated annual parents tea each spring. Some of the projects of the Senate this year have included rearrangement and redecoration of an Alison lounge and provision of aid to Dean Irma Ayers ' coke parties for freshmen to further acquaint students and dean with each other. ROW 1: Betty Lee Chando, Jean Newsome. ROW 2: Harriett Ward, Jeanne Carback, Nancy Beane. ROW 3: Carol O ' Neill, Murry Baker, Barbara Starzmann. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club is organized to promote fellowship and unity among all the students in the School of Home Economics. Through the club, the members promote the objectives and pro- grams of the American Home Eco- nomics Association and are kept aware of the various movements and advances in the field of Home Economics. The club furnishes an opportunity for social life and serv- ice through widely varied programs and teas, and through the rendering of other services to charitable organ- ization ' s and organizations affiliated with the University. All students in the School of Home Economics are eligible for club membership. ROW 1: Nancy Stowe, Pat Magill, Jean Newsome, Donna Betts. ROW 2: Kay Bacher — Secretary, Lynn Beard — ' Vice President, Bunnie Harris, Liz McKinney — President, Betty Lee Chando, Paula Batchelder — Treasurer, Harriett Ward. ROW 3: Barbara Stirling, Linda Halstead, Margaret Holloway, Jane Allen, Mary Lou Bahlman, Betty Kruser, Judy Danuik, Jeanne Carback, Barbara Edwards, Mary Ellen Ellwanger. ROW 4: Gail Clark, Janet Pierson, Barbara Plott, Carol O ' Neill, Barbara Trainor, Denise Granke, Margaret Stahmer, Barbara Starzmann, Diane Magness. 180 D.S.N.E.A. i S3 A ROW 1; W. O. Penrose, Advisor; Margaret Schaal, Treasurer; Joyce Dickerson, President; Thelma Baldwin, Vice P resident; Beverly Hall. ROW 2: Helen Yates; Pat Craven; Sally Gordon; Dotty Bryant; Sheila Lamberton, Secretary; Joan Warrington; Gwen Wright; Diane Hopkins; Barbara Bonesteel; Elaine Weinstein. ROW 3: Nancy Lloyd; Betty Hastings; Virginia Novak; Emily Ann Brown; Jane Barker; Judith Frederick; Judy Gochnaur; Janet O ' Neal; Margaret Scott. As the name implies the Delaware Student National Education Association welcomes students interested in preparation for a vocation in teaching. To further a more compre- hensive understanding of education the organization has held monthly meetings through- out the year, invited the members to visit high school F.T.A. groups, fostered tutoring projects, and entertained needy children at a Christmas party. Publication of National Education Week is also within the scope of D.S.N.E.A. activities. 181 ENGINEERING The purpose of the Engineering Council is to coordinate the activities of the student branches of the four engineering societies on campus. The council is comprised of eight student members who are rep- resentatives from each of the four societies, and its faculty advisor, Dean Comings. Activities of the council include the annual Engi- neers ' Ball, talks to students on professional registra- tion, and representation in the Delaware Council of Engineering Societies. ROW 1: J. Balder; R. Pritchett, President. ROW 2: J. Handy, Treasurer; N. Hughes, Vice President; J. Rider. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY The American Chemical Society Student Affiliate Chapter is an or- ganization composed of upperclass chemistry and chemistry engineering majors. The Society provides in its monthly meeting an opportunity for the members to become better ac- quainted with the various aspects of their fields. Guest speakers and field trips to various industrial plants afford some of the group interests. ROW 1: A. Connerty; P. Lodge; G. Greene, Treasurer; M. Stewart, President; J. Hartma ier. ROW 2: W. Wetter; F. Logullo; N. Kulka; T. Buchanan; R. Reck. 182 A«S,M.E, The purpose of the stu- dent branch of the A.S.M.E. is to assist the student in obtaining a better under- standing of his intended profession before he leaves college. This is accomplished by use of industrial motion pictures, trips to various plants and by having prac- ticing engineers address the A.S.M.E. members at the monthly meetings. Activities of A.S.M.E. during the 1960-61 school year included monthly meet- ings, an annual picnic and active participation in social functions for the School of Engineering. ROW 1: N. Hughes; J. Socorso; N. Wattis; G. Buchwald, President; W. Ainsworth; K. Rice, Secretary; W. Boyce. ROW 2: J. Walker; W. Buske; M. Wolynetz; V. Melnychenko; H. Law; J. Hughes; W. Richards, Jr.; J. Logan, Vice President. b A.S.C E. The student chapter of the So- ciety of Civil Engineers was founded on the Delaware campus " to help civil engineering student enrich their college courses by be- ginning those professional contacts and associations which, continued through life, are so valuable to the practical engineer. " Speakers from various fields of engineering were heard this year by ASCE members. Several field trips were also taken. A special event of the years is the annual joint dinner meeting with the local section of ASCE at which students present their research papers. ROW 1: J. Wilda; E. Quirin, President; D. Roosevelt. ROW 2: L. Saufley; D. Lee, Vice President and Treasurer; S. Gardiner; J. Rider. 183 AJ.CLE. The objectives of the Delaware student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers are to promote the professional de- velopment of its members and to contribute to the de- velopment of Chemical En- gineering in general through various activities. The monthly meetings feature a guest speaker from some field of technical endeavor. Field trips taken by the chapter members to various chemical plants and national conventions throughout the school year permit further insight into the machina- tions of the chemical indus- try. ROW 1: J. White, Treasurer; J. Balder; H. Kenton, President; T. Jones, Vice President; J. Behen. ROW 2: W. Williamson; R. Lumpkin; P. Mattheiss, Secretary; B. Fain; G. Preininger; B. Ingram; R. Hard; H. Gunther. ROW 1: G. Buckson, President; J. Poole, Vice President; A. Schallop, Treasurer; J. Tweed. ROW 2: H. Corcoran; E. Rapkin; P. Maroulis; R. White. ROW 3: T. Stanton; P. Kane; R. Pritchett; J. Handy. A,LE,E.=LR.E, The joint student branch of the AIEE and the IRE exists for the educational and professional furtherment of its members. Frequent talks from engineers in industry give the members a good picture of what life will be like after graduation. Films keep the members up to date on the latest developments in the electrical sciences. In addition to these educational pro- grams, springtime activities are highlighted by the annual picnic. 184 ROW 1: J. Warrington, Secretary; J. Pierson, President; T. Carter, Treasurer; S. Evans, Vice President; J. Woerner. ROW 2; C. Parvis; B. Hastings; M. Holloway; G. Wright; C. Harris. 4=H CLU The University 4-H Club is made up of former 4-H ' ers who wish to be a part of the 4-H program while on campus. Activities of the club include assistance with State 4-H Short Course held here on campus, counseling at State Camp, and sponsoring square dances, both on campus for students and for 4-H ' ers during National 4-H Club Week. Monthly business meetings are accompanied by a program of interest to the group. 185 ACCOUNTING CLU] ROW 1: F. Skomoruchia, Secretary; H. Berry, S. Chetkowski, President; R. Williams, Vice President; P. Stofa. ROW 2; D. Williams, L. Logan, C Steinebach, H. Simon, A. Miller, J. Latzo, C. Lafferty. The Accounting Club ' s main purpose is to acquaint students ma- joring in accounting with the possibilities open to that field. Each month a qualified person was invited to speak on a specific phase of accounting. Field trips enhanced the program this year. As the con- cluding event of the year, a dinner-dance was held in the spring for all accounting students. IM DELAWARE DEBATE SOCIETY ROW 1: Daniel Newlon, Vice President; Mary Ann Sigler; James Kast. Secretary-Treasurer. ROW 2: Ray E. Keesey, Faculty Advisor; Howard Tuck. Pius other members who, unfortunate- ly, could not make the picture. The Delaware Debate Society exists here on campus to serve those who are interested in debating and discussion . . . discussion beyond the call of the classroom. The group, sponsored by Dr. Ray E. Keesey, participates in intercollegiate debating and in student legislative con- gresses. J 87 ;»?• " " •- ' HH-nnp ROW 1: P. Randall, J. Marvel, J, Gochnaur, R. Brown, C. Pease. ROW 2: C. Mastrocati, A. Hansen, N. Martin. FRENCH CLUB Absent from Picture: N. Hand, Dr. K. Roberts — Advisor, J. Hopkins, C. Dill, L. Stein, C. Mast, G. Burbridge, P. Wilmes, E. Brown, L. Purcell, N. Holbrook, T. Wallace, K. deWilde, S. Elliott, C. Thompson, L. Lupton, P. Randall, B. McKee, D. Bryant, and S. Lowry. Les Amis de France Les Amis de France, now in its fifth year of existence, has as its purpose the promotion of interest in the French people; their customs and language. The activities of the French Club include informal talks and slides by students or members of the faculty, a Christmas party for the foreign exchange stu- dents in the Wilmington area, and learning about La Garde- Frienet, Newark ' s twin city in the South of France. The high- light of the year is a French dinner held at the Roberts ' home and prepared by members of the Club and Mrs. Roberts. 188 ROW 1: B. Guenther, T. Fornarotto, I. Nagurski, M. Drobin, M. Wild. ROW 2: J. Kissel, G. Klein, R. Reck, A. Liebman, M. Barbolich, W. Little, B. Riebman, P. Stavrou. USSIAN CLUB The Russian Club has been active on the University of Delaware campus for the last three years. This year the officers include Don Tyndal, President; Joyce Vender, Vice President; Mary Drobin, Secretary -Treasurer; Tina Fornarotto, Pubhcity Chairman; and Miss Nagurski, Advisor. Meetings are held approximately once a month and have included a speech on Russian-Indian Relations and a talk concerning the Moscow Art Theatre. This year " Strong Spirits, " a play by Ilf and Petrov was presented in Wolf Hall in both English and Russian. Miss Nagurski directed the play which was translated by her third year Russian students. l«9 OUTING CLUB The Outing Club is an or- ganization open to all stu- dents and staff who are in- terested in hiking, camping, and other outdoor activities. We attended the annual lOAC Lake George trip in the fall; and throughout the year, we had numerous trips to many interesting places in the area. Some highlights have been a square dance and skiing weekend at the University of Virginia and a square dance here on campus co-sponsored with the University 4-H Club. This year ' s officers were Kathe Kahn, President; Ron Rosenwald, Vice President; Fran Wilcox, Secretary-Treas- urer, and Lynn Rutter and Izzy Cadwalder, Publicity Chairmen. ROW 1: J. Muller, R. Lauer. ROW 2: L. Rutter, F. Wilcox, K. Kahn. 190 i I HILLEL Hillel Foundation is an organization for Jewish students. It is sponsored by B ' nai B ' rith, the oldest fraternal organization in the United States. The purpose of Hillel is to make available to the student an informal environment for cultural, spiritual, and religious development in Juda- ism. The college experience offers the individual an opportunity to doubt and question the accepted values of his adolescence. At the Uni- versity of Delaware and in Hillel, the student acquires the seeds for a mature value system. With his fellow students and with the Rabbi, the Hillel student searches and finds — " If you seek, ye shall find. " Hillel at the University of Delaware conducts three activities: a Sab- bath service on Friday nights; a monthly meeting and discussion group on Tuesday evening; and a Sunday morning breakfast discussion in Jew- ish Theology, Bible, or Jewish current events. ROW 1: A. Meldon, P. Brill, S. Cohen, S. Plotkin, P. Winter. ROW 2: H. Isaacs, B. Riebman, J. Balaban, H. Simon, M. Sloin. ROW 3: E. Levy, G. Klein, L. Lewis, E. Zell, L. Rapkin, B. Lovinger. ROW 4: G. Kissel, B. Schlicher, A. Liebman, K. Lutz, A. Goldman. 191. INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The Delaware Inter- Var sity Christian Fellowship is one of the many national and international chapters. The group is an interdenominational organization which stresses Christian teachings in everyday life. One of the big problems which the group considers is the Christian ' s responsibility in world evangelism. Meetings are held every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Activities include Bible studies, prayer groups, monthly area meetings in Philadelphia, social activities, an annual spring outing and guest speakers to deal with subjects relevant to the Christian life. 192 This student organization strives to bring the Lutheran students on campus to a closer understanding of the basic fundamentals of their rehgion and their relationship to modern life. This goal is accomplished through group discussions, guest speakers, movies, dinners, LUTHERAN STUDE ASSOCIAT ROW 1: R. A. Emerson, C. Cooke, C. Pease, N. Hand. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is a National Association of college students organized and sponsored by the Catholic Church. The function of this organiza- tion is threefold in scope; religious, intellectual, and social. The Chaplain or guest speaker addresses the mem- bers at the weekly meet- ings. Questions concerning any phase of Catholicism are invited and fully dis- cussed. Yearly activities in- clude Communion Break- fasts, a Pre-Cana Confer- ence, and social functions. ROW 1: J. Danek, S. Gordon, M. Quinn, V. Haine, P. Masterson. ROW 2: C. Mast, S. Vincent, C. Hodgson, M. Grossi, C. McNamara, E. Anderson, M. Scott. ROW 3: A. Tavani, L. Diemicke, P. Barry, P. ZistI, M. J. Baker, P. Bradley, P. Shelton. 193 WESTMINSTER FOUNDATION The Westminster Foundation of the Prebyterian Church has recently been incorporated into the United Campus Christian Fellow- ship. Other members of the national organization i nclude the Disciples of Christ, the Evangelical United Brethren Church, and the United Church of Christ. To promote more extensive unity of churches on campus, the Fellowship prepared a plan of study groups and weekly meetings this year to explore Basic Christian Beliefs. Highlighting this year ' s program was attendance at the Fourth Annual Citizenship Seminar in Washington, D. C, during mid- semester ' s recess; the students in the group noted Congressional meetings, AFL-CIO sessions, and the affairs of the American Medical Association, a well as participating in discussions concerning medical aid for the aged. ROW 1: C. Oliver, P. Randall, C. Dill, P. Wight- man. ROW 2: C. O ' Neill, S. Lamberton, S. Evans. WESLEY FOUNDATION The Wesley Foundation is a Methodist Student Organization which seeks to blend spiritual and intellectual growth by sharing Christian Experiences. Sunday eve- ning discussion groups and Bible Study, Tuesday evening meetings, monthly Communion, weekend re- treats, and parties offer an oppor- tunity for everyone to become a part. The Wesley Foundation has its own house at 192 South Col- lege Avenue where all students are welcome at any time. The Delaware Wesley Foundation is a member of the larger Chesa- peake Area Methodist Student Movement which, in turn, is a member of the national and inter- national Methodist Student Move- ment. ROW 1: J. Allen, E. Fish, S. Rossman, E. Clark. ROW 2: C. Herrman, Jr., Chaplain, S. Thomas, C. Olson, P. McGee, T. Carter. ROW 3: B. Hastings, B. Edwards, B. Kruser, B. Knetz, H. Palmer, L. Scottron, P. Braker, C. Harris, G. Carlisle. RO JC ' 4: B. Deinken, P. Jeffrey, D. Jargensen, F. Crary, J. Erickson, J. Williamson, S. Altemus, R. Hawthorne. 194 S.A.M. ROW 1 : S. Knapp, Vice President; R. Gamgort, President; P. Hoffmeir, Treasurer; J. Frazier, Membership Chairman. ROW 2: E. Devein, Jr.; B. Ley; P. Hartman; F. Attergott; B. Dawson; J. Messman, N. Abello. ROW 3; R. Winge; D. Dietrich; J. Barry; A. Lee; D. Corkran; P. Quinn. The Society for the Advancement of Management is recognized as the national pro- fessional organization for the betterment of management in industry, commerce, govern- ment, and education. It has pioneered in the philosophy of management relations and is dedicated to the advancement of management and management men. The society was founded in 1912. 195 DELAWARE RIFLES ROW 1: L. Layton; T. Byn- um, Executive Officer; D. Morris, Commander; J. Ben- net, Adjutant. ROW 2: W. Shewbrooks; W. Merlino; J. Balder; R. Fuller; S. Graff; R. Bliss. ROW 3: A. Liebman; R. Reeves; N. Kugel; E. Fel- sing; G. Norlander; T. Briggs; J. Federlein. The Delaware Rifles is the name given to the organization R.O.T.C. Cadets who have formed a precision drill team. The purpose of this group is to promote proficiency in military matters, publicize the R.O.T.C. program, and to aid cadets in becoming leaders. The Delaware Rifles perform at the annual Military Ball, football games and in parades. Selection for this group is voluntary, based upon student interest and ability. Merits are awarded participants, raising their grades in the " Leadership, Drill, and Command " section of the course. 196 RIFLE TEAM The Rifle Team of the University of Delaware is an affiliate of the National Rifle Association in Washington, D. C. Its members are elected annually by qualifying for the National Rifle Association small-bore marksmanship awards. The aims of the team are to further safe rifle practices and develop marksmanship in all phases of firearms. Members of this team develop both in- dividual skill and a keen sense of teamwork through competitive shooting. Home matches are held in the newly modernized range in the basement of Taylor Gym. Shoulder to shoulder matches are held with teams from other universities and colleges and postal matches are held with teams from through- out the United States and Puerto Rico. TEAM II; ROW 1: D. Seemans, B. Fisher, Captain, E. Western. ROW 2: B. Dannenhauer, P. Rosenwald, R. Somers. TEAM I: ROW 1: J. McCloud, W. Steinhauer, J. MtThenia. ROW 2: S. Dexter, E. Green, Captain, G. Borderieux. ROW 1: K. deWilde; J. Welch; S. Elliott; C. Stevens ROW 2: J. Shropshire, Ad visor; E. Nelson, Vice Presi dent; J. Vannoy, President; B Stender, Secretary; M. Taylor, Treasurer. ROW 3: M. Sween ey; J. Naudain; C. Bennar; A, Haye s; G. Clark; C. Askey M. White. CAMPUS EQUESTRIA CLu: 198 This year a new club has been formed at the University — the Campus Equestrian Club. Owing to the efforts of Barbara Stender and Jeanne Vannoy, co-organizers of the club, the CEC is growing by leaps and bounds and is proving quite successful. Monthly programs of the club began with a talk accom- panied by Michael Page of the United States Equestrian Team. Other programs of interest included lectures on horse hus- bandry by Dr. John Shropshire, the club advisor, and films of local fox hunts and point-to-point races compiled by J. L. Hoffman of Coatesville, Pennsylvania. Throughout the winter numerous members fox hunted in Pennsylvania. Lessons were given in the spring to those mem- bers not yet ready to ride with the club. Several members attended the E. Ross Taylor Hunter Trials in Elkton, Mary- land, and the Maryland Hunt Cup. Plans also include trips to polo games, breeding farms, and racing stables. Many meetings were held in conjunction with the Fair Hills and Delaware Pony Clubs. The Modern Dance Club is an honorary club for women, sponsored by the Women ' s Athletic Association. The club meets once a week during the school year. Tryouts are held every fall and spring. This club offers opportunity for ex- perience in the techniques of dance, creative expression with rhythmic movements, and the fun of working together on group projects. The largest and most colorful project is the Modern Dance Concert which this year had the romantic title of " Escape From Earth. " J W 199 AQUATIC CLU 200 ROW 1: J. Rovey, Vice President; E. Eastburn , President; H. Bertraijd, Treasurer; C. Wagner, Secretary. ROW 2: L. Halstead; S. Rossman; N. Coale; C. Hodgson; B. Harris; A. Simmons; P. Batchelder. ROW 3: A. Milbury; S. Baker; C. Olson; S. Smith; B. Derrickson; S. Bixler; C. McNamara, .The Women ' s Aquatic Club of the University of Delaware is a group of about twenty-five girls selected on the basis of tryouts which take place before the old members and which are. held at the beginning of each school year. The club learns to do stunts and figures gracefully and to swim to music. They use all types of conventional strokes and invent a few hybrid ones. After mastery of these, the club begins working on their annual Aquatic Show. All of the girls have a part in the beginning and the final numbers, and some get together to perform duets, trios, or quartets, created by the members. This requires choosing a record, learning to synchronize their swimming, design- ing costumes and involves many hours of practice. The show this year was entitled " Scents and Nonsense, " the idea being to personify perfumes. Some of the perfumes used were Evening in Paris, Red Roses, Old Spice, Tabu, Persian Wood, and Scandal. The show was given March 2, 3, and 4. ROW I: Mrs. G. P. Hoskins, K. Shelin, C. Reinhardt, T. Lackman, A. Ford, Dr. C. R. Kase. ROW 2: P. Fisher, M. Fetterman, J. Napier, M. Lewis, G. Lewis, J. Clark, B. Harper. ROW 3: D. Bankes, B. Fisher, J. Wittman, D. Maddox. E. The E-52 Drama Group gives students an opportunity to work in any area of the theatre. Any student is eligible for mem- bership after having accumulated a certain number of points received for work in vari- ous productions. t._-_ ' _l CHEERLEADERS S. Hixson, F. Moore, E. Tantum, M. Astolfi, C. Seelbach, C. Kelk, J. Smith. 202 1 he girls are leading a pep fc The Cheerleaders is an organization to promote school spirit throughout the University. The squad leads the cheers at football and basketball games and organizes and leads students ' pep fests and team send- offs. Each year the group presents a Spirit Trophy to the dormitory and fraternity which displays outstanding school spirit at pep fests and send-offs. The living units are also judged on their display of house deco- rations and on the Homecoming Float. 203 FRATERN 204 ITIES 205 ROW 1: D. Fromme, Treasurer; D. Corkran, President; P. Hoffmeir. ROW 2: T. Treadway; G. Westcott. ROW 3: M. Sloin; G. J. Steiglitz; E. Gudnason; M. King; R. Kelsey; D. Reinhart. Absent when picture was taken: J. McDonald, Secretary; B. Reibman; D. Bullock; J. Wilson; K. Sutton; R. Freeman; C. Bizmiller; B. Taylor. INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Interfraternity Council acts as the legislative organ of the fraternities at the University of Delaware. The general purpose of this representative body is to coordinate all nine campus fraternities. The Council is responsible for the annual interfraternity week-end held in the fall. Other activities sponsored are the I.F.C. Playbillin the spring and a year round sports activity contribution. 206 MAN OF THE YEAR Julio Acuna, assistant professor of art. was announced as IPC ' s Man Year at the annual Inter-Fraternity Council Banquet in March. Mr. Acuna affiliated with Alp ha Tau Omega social fraternity and is advisor to IFC. Each year a member of the faculty is picked for recognition by IFC for his contributions to the fraternity system. Mr. Acuna represented the fraternity view- point in faculty-student affairs this year and spent much time and effort toward furthering relations between the faculty and the fraternities. He was especially cited for his enthusiasm, good ideas, and interest in the fraternity system. Mr. Acuna is a native of Colombia, South America, and received his M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Fine Arts. He was initiated into ATO while a faculty- member at Delaware. 207 B vi ■r N l 209 .IP MARGIE BAIN Kappa Alpha CAROLE WAGNER Alpha Tau Omega ANITA KELSEY Pi Kappa Alpha I i I NORMA BUCHANEN Theta Chi EDIE KELLEY Delta Tau Delta PAT McQUIRE Alpha Epsilon Pi ANNETTE ADAMS— Sigma Nu 210 HELEN POORE— Sigma Phi Epsilon LOLLY ELLIS— Phi Kappa Tau 212 ALPHA EPSILON PI ROW 1: A. Cohen; G. Kissel; A. Leibman; S. Weintraub; K. Lutz. ROW 2: B. Reibman, Treasurer; G. Klein, Secre- tary; B. Schlecker, President; A. Inden, Vice President; R. Barros. ROW 3: J. Fischer; R. Levitt; H. Simon; S. Mallis; J. Federlein. ROW 4: J. Friedhffer; S. Cohen; E. Kagel; A. Goldman; H. Issaacs; B. Lovinger; B. Braderman. ROW 5: E. Levy; R. Handloff; L. Erera; M. Sloin; J. Knispel; A. Miller; S. Graff; N. Hammer; L. Rapkin. The brothers of AEII, known collectively as the " Apes on the Hill, " are proud of their diversified program at the University of Delaware. AEII men participate in a variety of campus clubs, organizations, honor fraternities, and other extracurricular activities. Most prominent among these are Student Government Association, Hillel, Review, and Blue Hen. Rho Deuteron ' s scholarship record is its most impressive achievement. AEII has established itself as perennial fraternity scholarship chairman. AEII has retired the last two Fraternity Scholarship trophies in winning the award for the past six consecutive semesters. The chapter sponsors many cultural symposia with members of the faculty in an attempt to foster intellectual development. Besides scholarship, AEII also boasts of its energetic social program. The AE social season, which knows campus wide popularity, is high- lighted by the famous " Buccaneers Brawl " and AE Weekend. Athletically, AEII men are active participants in both varsity and intramural competition. At present, Rho Deuteron has plans for expand- ing its living facilities as a result of the largest pledge class in modern AEII history. 214 ALPHA TAU OMEGA The Epsilon Rho Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega was founded at the University of Delaware in 1949. Since that time, it has firmly established itself in all fields of fraternity and campus life. The social program of ATO is planned in order to remove conflicts with campus events. Social events include regular informal parties, open houses, and formal and informal dances. The annual Playboy party in December is the highlight of the year. The big affair in the fall is IFC Weekend, and in the spring, ATO Weekend is the outstanding event. I In the academic area, ATO has ranked high scholastically for the last sixteen semesters. It has held first place occasionally and has never dropped below fourth place during this time. Each brother realizes that he owes it not only to himself to attain good grades, but also to the Fraternity. ROW 1: R. Brian; E. Paul; R. Gotwals; J. Davis; R. Long; F. Evans. ROW 2: S. Wharry; C. Thompson; R. Roberson; W. Crellin; R. Ziegler; D. Megee; R. Hawes; J. Tribbett. ROW 3: E. Mayhew; J. McCully; D. Kaplan, Secretary; W. Taylor, Vice President; K. Stoneman, President; R. Anderson, Treasurer; E. Schneider; A. Wentz. ROW 4: C. Rice; C. Biemiller; D. Schneider; J. Kalbert; B. McCarthy; C. Quigley; W. Hinkel; C. Berg; J. Huebner; H. Elliott. ROW 5: A. Cyphers; T. Sealman; A. Chase; D. Boynton; S. Allen; L. Lackman; R. Stevens; J. Fletcher; W. Sterrett. ROW 6: T. Jones; W. Huxtable; J. Wagner; S. Allen; S. Niece; F. Jones; P. Holson; A. Schilling; H. Wilson. 216 Community sing! A letter from Mama? •ELTA TAU DELTA , xtmidik ' The Delt House 218 DELTA TAU DELTA Activity and enthusiasm have been the keys to the success of the rushing, social, and academic pro- grams — and all the programs of the Delts this year. As always, the brothers played an integral part in campus activities. Delts could be found working in IFC, E 52, Beta, Beta, Beta, Cosmopolitan Club, Concert Choir, AICHE, The Review, The Blue Hen, varsity football, track, and swimming teams, and many more. There were many changes and additions to the house during the year, the most important of which were the fall and spring pledge classes. By the end of the year, the house was second on campus scholas- tically, in tip-top shape physically, and possessed of a great esprit-de-corps. £:-««% i 5tMv ■ i. " ;v •?:;is ' ir%o ii»5»KaB ROW 1: S. Casarino, J. Dulin, C. Losee, T. Rambo. ROW 2; G. Horton, P. McClary, P. Wellborn, R. Bullock, J. Gainor. ROW 3: J. Sennott, J. O ' Day, R. Johnson, B. Hoey, J. Balder, C. Simon, R. McCarthy, P. Coakley. ROW 4: C. Horn, D. Heeren, W. Lewis, J. Eriksen, J. Bevis, T. Haskins, J. Wilson, J. Vessels. ROW 5: R. Reck, H. Halvorsen, C. Kremer, D. Locke, B. Dowling, J. Losee, A. Daly, J. McCloud, J. Fallon. 219 KAPPA ALPHA ROW 1; K. Sutton; P. Maroulis; D. Delia Porta; P. Barbato; J. Mackrell; D. Lejeune; D. Conlan; B. Steinhauer; D. Lee; L. Warren. ROW 2: C. Salzenberg; R. Mercer; S. Bodralski; C. Stone; B. Fischer; B. Dawson; B. Rickards; N. Abello; J. Messman; D, Feeny; A. Reed; E. Martinelli; B. Hughey; B. Ley. ROW 3: L. McMaster; V. Carmean; R. Kurd; D. Hilt; G. Prettyman, Treasurer; P. Hartman; D. Humphreys, Recording Secretary; F. CiriUo, President; G. Lowdon, Vice President; J. Hughes; W. Schrborough; T. Roe, Corresponding Secretary; S. Loessner; B. Miller. ROW 4: E. Calvasina; R. Foulle; D. Williams; B. arroll; D. Dove; J. Frazier; B. Batt; H. King; C. Stacbecki; J. Kilby; B. Wagamon; K. West; R. Bankert; B. Hoopman; O. Pratt; F. Bensinger; D. Dupree; J. Handy; T. Stanton. ROW 5: R. Dennis; T. Girdon; A. Davis; R. Saunders; D. Williams; B. Rickards; G. Clendanul; R. Lumpkin; R. Kelsey; D. Riggin; A. Bebout; J. Tweed; C. Miller; H. Law; R. Seymour; R. Banning; R. Chaffinch; W. Richards; G. Otwell; W. Boyce. Since its founding in 1904, the Beta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order has maintained the high ideals of the Order and has made contributions to all aspects of college life. Kappa Alpha provides its brothers with a well- balanced program of social activities and fraternity hfe, while maintaining good scholarship. KA ' s take pride in participating in many campus activities, sports, and organizations, as we consider this an integral part of college and fraternity life. Kappa Alpha has enjoyed an active social season, including the Freshman Women ' s Open House, IFC Weekend, the Christmas Party, rushing functions, and house parties. The climax of the social year was the annual KA Weekend, highlighted by the Old South Ball. 220 KA Chiefs of State PI In 1868, the first chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded. Now there are over one-hundred fifty ac- tive chapters. Delta Eta Chapter was chartered on March 13, 1948, on the University of Delaware campus. The numerous house parties, smokers, and im- promptu get-togethers have helped to make the school year a great success for the " Pikes. " The Founder ' s Day Banquet and PiKA Spring Weekend were the highlights of the social year. The crowning of the Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl was a splendid climax to a year of social firsts. The esprit-de-corps displayed by the " Pikes " in the past year was carried to the District Convention in Pittsburgh. PiKA greatly improved its campus and intramural participation and added many new scho- lastic goals for the brothers and pledges. The efforts of a competent group of officers, the guiding hand of Dr. L. P. Bolgiano, Faculty Ad- visor, and the support of our worthy alumni were accompanied by an undying fraternity spirit on the part of the brothers and pledges. i ROW 1: G. Thompson, L. Loudis, D. Maddox, P. Davidson, K. Cook. ROW 2: W. Bigelow, W. Hudson, C. Witt, S. Holzhauser, D. Berry, B. Norton. ROW 3: F. Jamison, R. Rosenwald, J. Talley, M. King, C. Burdett, R. Crossland, H. Tuck, E. Gudnason. 223 PHI KAPPA TAU Names (1. to r.): T. Treadway, R. Loss, N. Collins, F. Willis, E. Crispin. ROW 2; H. Demuth, F. Moore, C. Miller, J. Clifton, A. Street, T. Hanna, T. Mason. ROW 3: D. Conoway, F. Schilling, H. Murray, J. Ericson, D. Fromme, E. Savage, J. Kliment, C. Tyson, H. Kurattle, J. Oelling, W. McCoy, G. Bunting. ROW 4: W. Powers, R. Hangen, W. Spenser, V. Murray, T. Lynam, W. Warren, R. Wood, W. Robb, N. Vouras. The school year 1960-61 was one of growth and progress in fraternal life for the brotherhood of Phi Kappa Tau. Stressed more than ever before, scholarship jumped. A new and re-vitalized intramural athletic program was inaugurated and was proven highly successful. The social events were all enjoyable. Early in the spring semester, a new pledge program emphasizing scholarship, etiquette, and social re- finement was put into operation with gratifying results. The brotherhood looked forward to and found continuing success in the second semester with the cul- mination of events being the Founder ' s Day Banquet and the annual Spring week-end, when Miss Nina Lou Ringler was honored as Phi Tau Sweetheart. 224 ' T The " Twist? " Bet Santa wishes he could bounce more gals like this one on his knee! Phi Tau goes BEAT . . 225 ;iGMA NU ROW 1: S. Sundra, T. Garrett, T. Crompton, T. Sack, B. KoUock, R. Steele, E. Kelly, M. Harris, J. Hammond. ROW 2: V. Walch, G, Watson, L. Allen, H. Moyer, B. Francis, K. Crothers, G. Westcott, F. Wiekes, D. Taylor, T. Schwartz, L. Jones, L. Stetson. ROW 3: J. Strode, F. Dannaway, M. QuiUin, B. Young, B. Shue, J. Rider, B. Will, B. Orr, D. Stevens, J. McCaughan, P. Howell. ROW 4: R. Orth, E. Johnson, J. Walker, P. Lukk, G. Cox, J. Miller, J. Green, R. Sanger, B. MacArthur, J. Houston, C. Crittendon, R. Tait, J. Gorry, E. Fauri. ROW 5; W. Lyons, R. D ' Alonzo, R. Adams, W. Callaway, T. Thinnes, D. Webb, D. Dillon, D. Sysko, A. Haycock, D. Greenhill. ROW 6: D. Corkran, T. Moore, E. Bacon, T. Lyons, B. Haggerty, N. Cloud, J. Baly, P. Cloud. This year the Delta Kappa chapter of Sigma Nu celebrated the 50th anniversity of its founding in 1911. During its long and proud history, Sigma Nu has maintained its position as a leader in campus affairs. This year ' s record attests to its continuation and growth in this direction. Due to our unity of purpose the 53 brothers and 27 new pledges were able to secure many intramural trophies as a material display of our leadership abilities. Adding to our laurels were the many members of Delta Kappa who were prominent as campus leaders in a number of different activities and offices. Activities were not limited to the sports realm. In addition to the anniversary celebration, Christmas found the house full of traditional holiday festivities. " EN Weekend " proved to be a huge success as did our " Ocean City Excursion. " Parent and faculty teas were held throughout the year to help achieve a closer relationship among the fraternity and these groups. The brothers found time for their annual service project to advance community improvement. All of the brothers were instrumental in making this a memorable year for Sigma Nu; the white star still burns brightly as the brothers united advance each to be knighted in yet greater glories. 226 And what does Mickey want Santa to bring him? . . . has he been a good boy? k 227 A sneak photographer horns in on the game! A " wonderful Sig Ep Girl " is honored by the frat in voice! 228 SIGMA PHI EPSILON Ranking at or near the top among the campus fraternities, as well as nationally, the Delaware Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon is devoted to a well- integrated program of scholarship, athletics, social events, and fraternity life. The idea of brotherhood, however, is an essential fact of our every activity and is the basis and goal of every facet of our chapter ' s program. The advantages of location, in-house dining facilities and a permanent housemother have contributed immensely to the present position of prestige and respect that Sigma Phi Epsilon holds. Sig Eps can be found as officers or members of every important campus organization, varsity team and honor- ary society or fraternity. We consider this participation in campus activities as an essential part of our fraternity program. Top men, excellent facilities, and impressive results are important ingredients contributing to the success of a fraternity, but the idea of brotherhood, as exempli- fied by Sigma Phi Epsilon, is the vital ingredient in making a true fraternity. Our record speaks for itself. ROW 1: F. Weldin, F. Melchior, H. Maier, K, Schilling, E. Eiker, F. DiMotta, T. Schonauer, W. Walker, B. Fetterman. ROW 2: D. Martin, J. Seibert, A. Ferguson, M. MuUer, R. Hood, J. Babiarz, D. Moore, B. Greene, B. Mollis. ROW 3: H. Duus, C. Seipel, A. Diamond, B. Haldeman, S. Huey, K. Schroeck, R. McCoy, S. Bosacco, R. Groves. ROW 4: J. Miller, B. Walker, D. Cross, W. Carmean, Mrs. Morton, K. Rice, L. Logan, J. Hudson, H. Smith, I. Fifer, H. Just. ROW 5: W. Simpler, J. Erisman, R. Cosnek, R. Freeman, R. Dieckman, J. Thompson, D. Ennis, H. Giles, R. Smith, I. Handy, ' H. McVicker, S. Young, B. Iredale, L. EUery, B. Deibler, J. Rishel. ROW 6: T. Skidmore, J. Flynn, G. Campbell, P. Mattheiss, C. Hewlings, W. Knauer, J. McKelvey, S. Suravitch, R. Broadbent, J. Ridgway, W. Lehman, G. Thompson, T. Hahn, R. Eriksen, T. Elder, C. Heinrich. 229 " Friends, Romans, and brother Thetes! " 230 THETA CHI ROW 1: F. Rullo; E. Morrison; T. Rogers; B. Borden; D. GoU; M. ORourke; J. Jerkovich, President; T. Aldridge; V. Niemi. ROW 2: J. Heatherington; J. Bates; C. Brandt; M. Groundland; K. Maurer; J. Wemple; R. Childress; A. Coury; R. Johnson. ROW 3: T. Cosaboom; D. Beinner; P. Hoffmeir, Vice President; J. Jerkovich; C. Wolfe, Secretary; G. Stieglitz, ' Treasurer; C. Guilloz; A. Emerson; S. Ziejewski; J. Quirk; T. Daly. ROW 4: D. Blarcom; J. Olzerowicz; D. James; C. Greene; T. Michaels; A. Rozental; S. Boice; R. Otlowski; D. Hammer; B. Grossman; J. McCloskey; D. Schnetzer; J. Lukacs; J. Woolman; D. Schwefler; B. Gates. ROW 5: B. Hazel; B. Snell; G. Hebert; W. Mitchell; E. Dun- lap; D. Kinloch; J. Slobojan; D. Constable; K. Balliet; W. Carlyle; R. Johnson; P. Georges; J. Schmittinger. The brothers of Theta Chi have macle the year 1960-61 a highly productive one. As a group, the brothers won the I960 Fraternity Playbill, the Spirit Trophy for I960 with a record number of points, and the Homecoming Float Trophy. The brothers as individuals have also had many personal triumphs in campus affairs, and the OX house can count among its members active participants in student govern- ment, sports, honorary societies, and ail other facets of campus life. The Thets are proud of their accom- plishments during the past year, but they are prouder still of the brotherhood and unity found within the house. Working on the basis of an integrated pro- gram of scholarship, brotherhood, and social activities, the brothers are looking forward to the coming year with a great deal of enthusiasm and plan to better the record of the past year. 231 DORMl! TORIE, 233 | fi„w ROW 1: C. Gibe, P. Braker, R. Sullivan, S. Clark, D. Barr, D. Cage, E. Zell, M. Nold. ROW 2: N. Beane, J. Wotten, N. Thomp- son, D. Zubutski, A. Meldon, L. Lewis, D. Baker, C. Bartlett. ROW 3: J. Orback, M. Ellwanger, P. Malek, J. Mathewson, D. Isaacs, V. Burbridge, N. Ringler, J. Vannoy, K. Hocker, K. Boyd, M. Holloway, T. Heesen. ROW 4: J. Hudson, B. Davis, L. Kruger, S. Myers, M. Baker, P. Bradley, A. Tavani, B. deCourcelle, K. Allen. CANNON HALL In September, the doors of Cannon were opened by our new housemother, Mrs. Kathryn Mellon, who greeted the girls. Full of enthusiasm. Cannon Hall soon began to make plans for first semester activities. Our spirit was displayed in footabll decorations, cheers at pep-fests, and our Home- coming Float which won the Cheerleader ' s Spirit Trophy. This winning spirit of Cannon prevailed throughout the year in other dorm activities such as Sadie Hawkins Weekend, Christmas Festivities, Parent and Faculty teas, intermural sports. Playbill, Women ' s Weekend, and May Day. Memories of the fun we had working together for Cannon Hall will be a part of each girl when she thinks back on her college days at Delaware. House Council CANNON HALL ROW 1: L. Back, L. Jones, L. Heighas, S. Lampton, R. Briggs, N. Mayer, M. Taylor, P. Willett, L. Millelot. ROW 2: P. Hayes, B. Chando, G. Casle, D, Cox, V. Van Cise, S. Jenkins, M. Fleischeit, J. Connell. ROW 3: C. Piretti, S. MeCuen, B. Heske, L. Calvin, N. Moore, D. Wilson, J. Johnson, R. West, B. Edwards, J. Danek, S. Gordon. ROW 4: D. Wilson, B. Plott, M. Fetterman, D. Dickerson, K. Cole, N. Arbuckle, C. McNamara, A. Hale, J. Pappas, M. Bottle, D. Francis. 9 fipfi f (? ,•- ROW 1: E. Kelley, C. Carney, P. Batchelder, D. Woodward, C. Ebert. ROW 2: P. Carey, B. Miller, C. Parvis, P. Wightman, J. Eastman, T. Springer, M. Whitworth. ROW 3: D. Hoppes, G. Masik, S. Salzenberg, N. Zech, C. Turner, -A. Clarke, L. Baker, J. Jewett, G. Gray, B. King. ROW 4: B. Pepper, C. Stevens, F. Helfrecht, B. Phillips, J. Conklin, C. Rundell, S. Wallis. KENT HALL Although Kent Hall is one of the smallest dormitories, its activities are many and varied. The Fall activities of the dorm that has held the A. B. Catts award for three consecutive years included pep fests, float decorating, a Halloween party, and a Foreign Students ' Pizza Party. Christmas caroling, a children ' s party, and practicing for Playbill to retain the trophy were Winter projects. Spring activities included Women ' s festivities, an Easter Egg Roll, teas, and a talent show at the Veterans ' Hospital. The 64 girls take pride in their close-knit friendships, and memories of life in Kent Hall will be remembered long after College days are over. 236 ... in play ROW 1: D. Bryant, C. Downer, M. A. Jones, L. J. Heigert, A. Happolt, P. Hall. ROW 2: J. Warrington, N. Wagner, L. Sammons, J. Surprise, C. List, C A. Brackin, G. Steinmetz. ROW 3: J. Mack, J. Ford, J. Shaw, H. Riebnnan, ' H. Wells, G. Jones, P. Lowery, M. Ladage. ROW 4: M. Sandels, J. Friesendorf, L. Feicht, C. Askey, P. Dutton, C. Williams, G. Gebhart. NEW CASTLE HALL ROW 1: J. Eisemann, G. Hurd, J. Whaley, C. Mosher, S. Cohen, L. Chin, B. Arthur, P. Clement, B. Franck, D. Maddox, J. Breme. ROW 2: M. Busha, K. Crowe, F. Bartlett, V. Keibler, S. Rossman, J. Manning, B. Garland, P. Woodruff, B. White, C. Seigle, N. Martin, J. Ryan, L. Scottron. ROW 3: M. Webster, S. Evans, B. Starzmann, B. Meacham, S. Burd, S. Shelton, V. Roth, S. Williams, M. Hession, L. Boardman, M. Teffeau, C. Chernish, C. Hines, E. Winn. ROW 4: A. Rittenhouse, A. Watts, P. Connolly, J. Bomba, P. Ziegler, J. Wofford, C. DeCrescenzo, M. Barbalich, A. Milbury, A. Dart, J. Tush, J. Collins, T. Foraker, M. Post. New Castle Hall is home to 65 girls and Mrs. Rachael Balderston, its Residence Director. In between studies, teas, pepfests, and dates, the girls find time for gabfests and informal get-togethers. From this closely-knit unit has emerged plans and activities for a dorm recreation room and a foreign aid relief for Dr. Tom Dooley ' s program in Laos. For such a small group, New Castle ' s inhabitants have an abundance of spirit, as readily seen in their participation in Homecoming, the Children ' s Christmas Party, Play- bill, Women ' s Weekend, May Day, and a host of other affairs. All of these, plus the friendships made, will not be soon forgotten. 238 239 QMti Bubbling personalities Human fly or phys ed major? 240 Is Mrs. Smith borrowing another thumb-tack? SMYTH HALL UNIT A ROW 1: S. Bebout, W. Kirby, B. Felkas, B. Robinson, K. Thomas, L. Halstead, P. McGill. ROW 2: A. Koontz, C. Windson, N. Cropper, B. Kerslake, J. Lonengan, S. Sidwell, S. Cast, P. Kirby, L. Hughes, B, Cassidy, J. Bowman. ROW 3: D. Taylor, M. Lloyd, L. Larson, J. Keller, M. Moore, A. Molinari, B. Ceasrski, L. Ellis, B. Brown, A. Zebley, E. Robinson, J. King, K. Miller, A. Leek. ROW 4: B. Kelly, J. Horner, A. Hansen, J. Brown, S. Walbridge, C. Garbowski, B. Dftickson, C. Redmile, S. Wagner, N. Newhall, A. Harbison, P. Winter, S. Cordrey, B. Knetz, M. Bujak. Ever seen this on a car? 241 SMYTH HALL UNIT B " Who stole my towel? " Such a neat and tidy room for organized study Practicing yogi ? 242 njHii| i . : .f , An exclusive bridge club? Hangover or indigestion? ROW 1: L. Johnson, Head of House; S. Greiner; L. Protherse; C. Wright; D. Ball; P. Wallace; J. Aneda; V. Furness; V. Halla; J. Vitrello; M. Littleton; N. Kime. ROW 2: G. Magee; L. Gibbons; G. Donato; W. Lyons; S. Stone; R. Raddiff; L. Murray; B. Jones; N. Dukes; C. Ogg; C. Kiss. ROW 3: C. Morgan; N. Holbrook; B. Kappel; J. Schott; A. Ciconte; P. Miller; J. Allen; J. Coulbourn; N. KiUe; B. Chell; D. Wilson; V. Pramaj; J. Bush; J. Grain; S. Whipple; P. Keene; P. Hayes. ROW 4: N. Schafer; F. Whitaker; C. Hager; A. Bunting, Secretary; M. Byington, Treasurer; J. Pfau; C. McMahon; N. Kean; B. Trainor; S. Hilseberg; E. Mitchell; C. Brahawn; A. Pearson; A. Kelsey; S. Hunsicker; A. Beach. SMYTH B 243 SMYTH HALL UNIT C ■ " Oh! Just what I wanted ! " A roarin ' good time was had by all . . . even that rebel leopard 244 Here ' s to a winning hand! These aces are really a winning hand ! ! . . . wow Good to the last drop? SMYTH C " Home are the hunters " That feeling of spring in the air was welcome after a long, cold, snowy winter. In Smyth Hall there was never a dull moment. Girls were studying hard, keeping those night lights burning, and also preparing for the many activities scheduled. All enjoyed rehearsing for Playbill, and the thrill of pro- duction was especially notable. The Women ' s Weekend party with entertainment by the Jay Notes was a grand success. And of course we were all proud to invite our parents to a tea given in their honor. May brought with it the celebration of May Day, and our gala farewell party. We even found some spare moments in which to enjoy bridge, gab sessions, and impromptu parties. Thus, we ended another year in our college careers. ROW 1: D. Walters, J. Workman, M. Wild, S. McQbe, P. ameron, B. Hackland, M. Pollex, L. Biddison, J. Warrington, N. McKaig. ROW 2; P. Minker, P. Christian, C. Schmidt, M. Sweeney, C. Patlan, L. Stephan, J. Maybee, S. Preston, N. Rebok, R. Phillips, J. Cozza. ROW 3: L. Stein, L. Dockety, B. Brazaitis, B. Smith, C. Osterholz, G. Landreth, J. Sender, J. Pearsy, B. Ward, N. Robertson, T. Guenther, D. Driesbach, S. Plotkin, T. Fornarotto, J. DuVal, S. Pyle. ROW 4: P. Masterson, M. DeVine, S. Skeen, L. Tallman, S. Wagamon, G. Gregg, M. Baker, B. Poloncic, B. Struyk, G. Borinsky, J. Basiago, S. Bowers, D. Magness, B. Grange, C. Thompson, K. Bradley. 24S SQUIRE HALL No wonder kids are afraid of ' ole St. Nick! ROW 1: D. Biloon, B. Long, L. Lazarcyk, J. Newsome, B. Pemberton, C. Snowden. ROW 2: C. Oberle, C. Ramer, M. Hastings, J. Speakman, S. Tliornton, J. Mendedhall, A. Gutzke, B. Graham, R. Bluhe, M. Papperman. ROW 3: H. Palmer, P. Nixon, K. Weaver, C. Harris, J. Hall, C. Crawford, J. Benner, P. Meredith, M. Jackson, S. Griffith, B. Bankert, L. Rutter. ROW 4: W. Buzinskis, N. Swartz, P. Michael, P. Evers, N. Harvey, M. Patrick, J. Warrington, C. Ludlow, A. Shockley, M. Wilson, J. Coote, S. Gibson. |rO| Cj A0oo t n ' £ ' ROW 1: D. Groetzinger, A. Simmons, L. Vernon, S. Kane, M. McCombs, F. Cook, C. Bennar, A. Macak, T. Seaton, K. Kahn. ROW 2: C. Orth, M. Schneider, E. Fish, C. Brittingham, B. Hall, P. Williams, B. Lefferts, P. Doerr, J. Wilder, B. Hall. ROW 3: E. Quirin, A. Carceedi, R. Postles, S. Hixson, P. Fowler, J. Phillips, B. Bloom, G. Clark, J. Martini, B. Wood, S. Lafountain, G. Jackson, B. Greenwell, B. Carter. ROW 4: S. Kimball, M. E. Hawke, J. Neidig, B. Rust, J. Nedwick, S. Helwig, M. Sigler, V. Hazzard, P. Saunders, P. Eddishaw, E. Anderson, J. Dickerson, E. McCormack, B. Ruf. The good ship " Squire " steamed through another year with its crew one-hundred strong, displaying the high spirit and enthusiasm that has, by now, become characteristic of it. The girls were seen marching in a cheering band to pep fests and games. They appeared in many and various activities the campus over. With a new Residence Hall Director, Mrs. Beatrice Lieb, they found the year with its dormitory parties, teas, projects, and other activities, very smooth sailing. Squire affiliated with Sypherd Hall for men and several cooperative parties were enjoyed by all. Women ' s Weekend was the big occasion of the year, and Squire outdid itself this year with an inside beach party. All the girls found this another year of study, good com- panionship, and fun in Squire Hall. The Misses Squire 247 SUSSEX HALL ROW 1: C. Wylie, M. Fall, M. Tittiger, J. Walker, M. L. Bahlman. M. Lee, S. Grebe, N. Miller. ROW 2: D. Mentzer, V. Ellis, M. Grossi, S. McHold, R. Whempner, T. Baldwin, N. Kinnamon, P. Mackey, S. Vincent, B. Howell, L. Lupton. ROW 3: M. Owan, R. Walls, P. Stanley, L. Diemicke, C. Pease, P. Poole, R. Hawthorne, D. Granke, K. Mawdsley. ( .w « ROW 1: S. Thompson, D. Ryan, N. Ludlow, B. Bonesteel, J. Williams. N. Shaw, C. Truitt, B. Miller. ROW 2: J. Mullan, C. Cooke, P. Halloran, J. Lehr, J. Elder, N. Hand, B. Stirling, D. Morris, E. Weinstein, P. Citro. ROW 3: S. Kirkman, J. Sarius, M. Eveson, G. Wright, N. Weldin, D. Hopkins, C. Urbane, D. Walton, N. Stowe. SUSSEX HALL Enthusiasm was the key word for the school year 1960-61 in Sussex HalL From the newest frosh (and there were plenty) to the lone senior, the Sussex Girls created excitement and interest in both the academic and social life of South Campus. The first semester was filled with pep-fests, a dorm party, South Campus Weekend, peanut sisters and Christmas, and last but not least, finals. Second semester was no less chock-full with Playbill, Women ' s Weekend, May Day, and again, finals. As the baggage was hauled out in June, the women of Sussex looked forward to returning in September to start another wonderful year. 249 ROW 1; H. Yates, G. Tigani, P. Donovan, M. Weil, J. DeLussa, P. McGee, M. Giemont, J. Rebecca, P. Brill, J. Lee, G. Buckelew. ROW 2: V. Haine, P. Attwood, D. Guth, V. Novak, C. Olson, H. Bertrand, M. Bain, G. Carswell, C. Joyce, J. Hamell, C. Blanks, S. Moore, D. Benoit, J. Hughes, E. Mexas. ROW 3: L. Blackburn, S. Garrett, M. Miller, L. Brostrand, D. DeWan, K. Krill, J. Mulderick, J. Astolfi, E. Brady, W. Sempf, K. Smack, E. Tantum. R. Zemites, C. Kelk, B. Scott, B. Hastings, B. Bitting. ROW 4: M. Scholl, D. Williams, C. Kinder, M. Schall, C. Parker, G. Bremer, M. Pennington, M. Hoffman, N. Pierce, D. Rimkus, A. Hayes, B. Richardson. THOMPSON A Heacl of House— K. SMACK Asst. Head of House— M. de WILDE Treasurer— C. JOYCE Secretary— M. HEARN Thompson Hall is proof that there is no apathy among seniors. The girls have displayed their spirit in a number of ways ranging from important campus activities to beauty contests. Aside from the usual cramming for hourlies, there are teas, parties, an exciting, winning Playbill, a children ' s Christmas party, and preparations for pep-fests, football games, and dances. June will bring graduation for many of the girls and for some, wedding bells. As for the rest, there will be another year or more of fun and excitement in Thompson Hall. 250 My 3 minutes are up ? ! ! ? Sneaky ! Cheese . . . r e. ' f ' Puff . . . Ah-h-h-h ! ! Look at it sparkle ! Another happy senior . A Sig Ep girl These gals su re have been around a long time ! 252 ROW 1: M. J. Hearn, B. Guenther, P. Holland, J. Johnson, R. Akin, A. Valan, E. Kiracofe, N. Llyod, S. Newton, D. Betts. ROW 2: B. Holt, K. Fischer, J. O ' Neal, B. Harris, S. Johnston, B. Hay, P. Layton, M. Standish, J. Clark, B. Davis, D. Sherer, P. Craven. ROW 3: A. Scott, L. Scott, S. Burrough, B. Beeson, C. Hodgson, C. Kinkade, M. Caulford, J. Gochnaur, M. Barton, B. Hurley, J. VoUrath, M. D. Parker, G. Heuberger, J. Smith, K. Bacher. ROW 4; A. Trice, M. Lefavour, M. L. Ledyard, L. VanderPlasse, S. Hastings, J. Klein, C. Shuttleworth, C. Jones, P. Harman, B. Howe, M. Haverbeck. THOMPSON B Head of House— P. McGUIRE Asst. Head of House— K. FISCHER Treasurer— M. L. LEDYARD Secretary— M. BARTON 253 WARNER HALL ROW 1: S. Pratt, R. Draper, M. Loven, R. Bacon, J. Shapiro, S. Mclntire. ROW 2: P. Harper, W. Hammond, R. DaGrosa, J. Nading, M. Payne, E. Darby, C. Markford, B. Crump, P. Martin. ROW 3: S. Thomas, S. Mahla, I. George, L. Carmean, P. Yeoman, C. Boddorff, J. Penny, J. Kerrigan, S. Brown, S. Cass, P. Randall, K. Luedeke, J. Davis. ROW 4: P. McVay, E. Birl, L. Paul, J. Hall, C. O ' Neill, J. Houston, C. Herter, P. Lodge, E. Brown, J. Balevre, R. Peoples, K. Sharpless, K. Stewart, F. Bankert, J. Brown. Warner is the oldest dormitory on campus, ' and an air of warmth and hospitality pervades its atmosphere — from its ivy-covered walls to its shelves of books, Warner is every inch a home. Its small size contributes greatly to the friendliness among the girls and a common sharing of troubles and pl easures. Our girls rank high scholastically among the residence halls and maintain active participation in intramurals, Playbill, Women ' s Weekend and other social activities. In addition, many of Warn- er ' s women are members and officers in a wide variety of clubs. 254 MRS. FORWOOD ROW 1: N. Braemer, L. Cook, A. Walz, B. Elliott, B. Kennedy, J. Warrington, C. Spindell, E. Creasy, C. Mastrosati. ROW 2: J. O ' Hara, C. Lane, P. Schwartz, L. Purcell, S. Howell, I. Jamieson, J. Kacena, J. Kangkam- merer, H. Rotter, S. A. Betts, H. McVaugh, J. Heuston, R. A. Pfeiffer. ROW 3: M. A. Hughes, J. Marvel, C. McGee, P. Peterson, J. Hartmaier, P. Crosson, S. Shirey, S. Farwell, F. Grossman, P. Benson, E. Cassidy, B. Russell. Obviously, not Home Ec Spose it ' s for security ? OTTO HOUSE ROW 1: G. Warrington, T. Mark, M. E. Growney, B. Clinch, S. Milliken. ROW 2: B. Riley, A. Cashell, S. Drexler, K. Hager. ROW 4: M. A. Knight, E. Furrman, B. Fisher, M. Finney. The Otto House is a freshmen women ' s dcemitory, small in size but abounding in enthusiasm. That enthusiasm bubbles over at any time in any pkce. It spurt forth during " float building time " for home- coming, and effervesced at pepfests. Many an early morning or late evening residents of West Main Street have heard singing or peals of laughter from the girls on their " little jaunt " to and from the camp- us. Their small size affords an excellent opportunity for full participation in anything from a birthday party to a snow fight. Their enthusiasm carried them through torrential rains, knee-deep snow, and an- kle-deep mud, and they still come out with, " We wouldn ' t move for the world! " 256 AG RESIDENCE ROW 1: F. Wiebel; W. Currey, President; T. Pochinski; J. Rosenberger; R. Michener. ROW 2: R. Mazer; K. Carlisle; G. Collins; B. MacArthur; B. Iredale; B. Brown, Vice President; M. White. Here are the men who have their daily constitutional included in the cost of their tuition!! Yes, these are the ones a passerby may see trudging over the railroad bridge any day of the week . . . and on their way to breakfast at that ! The grossly overcrowded housing facilities required that these hearty fellows be ' farmed out ' to live in the big old house on the Agriculture farm. 257 SOME of the men of J, B, and T! ! JOHNSON. BONHAM. AND TIFFANY The three smallest residences on campus for men are Johnson, Bonham, and Tiffany . . . the three in a row on Amstel Avenue. All three share the same house officers and the same advisor. Their small size offers these houses an opportunity to allow the men to live in a friendly, intimate atmosphere and also enhances dorm spirit. 258 BROWN HALL Brown Hall has been outstanding and successful in many phases of dormitory life this year, their activities including intramurals such as football and an outstanding promotion of the ping-pong tournament. The ladies have often been treated royally in this men ' s residence hall as is witnessed by the many open houses and special parties that these men have given. 259 im!.i .. ' ■,- :■;.. f This is obviously an all house meeting for which the gentlemen came especially nicely dressed ! ! ! Wonder if these high spirits met the men ' s guests at the various open houses, informal dances and parties, and special events that ensued during this year? J list anotlier Famiily Jrortrait oi tJlie Vv oJlburii Hall guysl 260 ROW 1: D. Howe; E. Lange; M. Sloin, Treasurer; F. Gardiner, Jr.; C. Wellman; B. Kollock, Secretary; D. Williams. ROW 2: C. Mast; J. Heatherington; J. Schmittinger; B. Dowling; D. Locke; S. Knapp, President; H. Chamtar; J. Sennato; T. Crompton; G. Watson. ROW 3: D. Amerman; J. Houston; D. Mumford; L. Kelly; R. Stephenson; G. Coxe; R. Blomquist; R. Reck, Vice President; S. Bricker. COLBURN HALL BARTER HALL The old, but hallowed walls of ivy which surround these men of Harter Hall must rock with laughter at its inhabitants in such a guise as this!! So many broadly smiling faces . . . no wonder, look at that shapely lady advisor ! ! ! ROW 1: W. Pritchard, R. Antrim, H. Calvin. ROW 2: B. Hinkel, F. Evans, C. Greene, G. McCabe, P. Flink, C. Brandt, T. Ruggerio. ROW 3: R. Mitchell, D. Colesworth, R. Megee, K. Greene, S. Cole, R. Bonney, G. Konizer. ROW 4; B. Adler, C. Ford, G. Frye. ROW 1: J. Hofmann, E. Page, J. Wilda, D. Hill. ROW 2: R. Sprinkle, D. Reiver, A. Liebman, N. Hammer, E. Calvasina, P. Houghton. ROW 3: G. Borderieux, R. Reeves, J. McThenia, R. Calvasina, R. Vincent, D. Meyers, E. Paul, C. Willey. ROW 4: B. Malcolmson, S. Ziejewski, A. Rozental, C. Zolak, A. Mercer. ROW 5: C. Rykiel, R. Mattis, F. Delaney, B. Wetter, R. Wood, Jr. The Sharp spirit, as is reflected in last year ' s famous " Mop Brigade, " was hailed again this year as the men who live here entered into the swing of things on campus, including participation in intramurals and special parties, sometimes in conjunction with various girls ' dorms. SHARP HALL 263 ROW 1: J. Kelso, E. Wehler, P. Barbate, A. Fritz, L. Vodvarka. ROW 2: B. Revell, D. Greenleaf, S. Wharry, R. Roberson, D. Graulich, S. Jacobs, F. Gillesyie, J. Ward. ROW 3: J. Sindler, L. Solomon, P. Wilson, E. Colburn, C. Miller. ROW 4; J. O ' Day, S. Loessner, B. Masters, R. Hawes, J. Wagner, D. Hanson, W. Brown. SYPHERD HALL The men of Sypherd Hall have participated in a full round of social activities and have taken part in many campus activities. During the fall term the men held several parties and were active in the pep-fests and float competition. 264 i ROW 1: N. Eckart, R. Corbett, W. Price. ROW 2: J. Berger, R. Rust, R. Szymanski, A. Schmitt. ROW 3: D. Simpson. 46 EAST DELAWARE AVE. Formerly known as the Rho Rho house, this is another off campus dwelling unit for men. Enclosed in these brick walls, the men find a home-like atmosphere awaits them whenever they cross the threshold. In spite of its small size, this house has active members in the campus community and is caught up in the social swirl as is any larger dorm. 265 ADMINIS 266 ©FFDC mc „..»- - ■ ' ZMt. ' : TRATION 267 JOHN A. PERKINS President of the University CARL JOHN REES, Provost and Dean of the School of Graduate Studies 268 T. ELBERT CHANCE, Director of Alumni and Public Relations EDWARD R. OTT Student Center Program Director 269 Dean Hocutt pauses for a moment . that ominous pile of papers ! but look at Wonder if there are any parking permits on Dean Hardy ' s desk? Guess it ' s difficult to convince us of the lack of parking places! As usual a smiling Dean Collins helps a studetit. 270 Miss Black and a Junior Counselor contemplate plans for Orientation Week. A pretty nurse, Doctor Keppel, and what? ... no APC pill? Mrs. Wyatt ponders another of those senior applications. 271 DR. JOHN M. DAWSON Director of Libraries BRUCE J. PARTRODGE Business Administrator DR. WILFRED A. PEMBERTON Director of Counseling and Testing THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES EX OFFICIO The Governor of the State of Delaware, Elbert N. Carvel (1961), Dover The President of the State Board of Education, Vincent A. Theisen (1957), Wilmington The Master of the State Grange, Paris C. Kirby (1958), Milford The President of the University, John A. Perkins (1950), Newark FROM NEW CASTLE COUNTY Walter J. Beadle (1951 Wilmington J. Bruce Bredin (1957) Wilmington John P. Cann (1933) Newark R. R. M. Carpenter, Jr. (1945) Montchanin Walter S. Carpenter, Jr. (1959) - Wilmington William Duffy, Jr. (1961) Hockessin Henry B. DuPont (1944) Wilmington Henry F. DuPont (1918), Life Term Trustee Winterthur Madalin W. James (Mrs. Albert James) (1939) Wilmington George Burton Pearson, Jr. (1951) Wilmington Granville M. Read (1954) Wilmington Richard S. Rodney (1932) New Castle H. Rodney Sharp (1915) Life Term Trustee Wilmington James M. Tunnel!, Jr. (1954) Wilmington Ernest S. Wilson (1954) Wilmington FROM KENT COUNTY George M. Fisher (1939) Dover J. Allen Frear, Jr. (1950) Dover Harold W. Horsey (1926) Dover Charles L. Terry, Jr. (1956) Dover Arthur F. Walker (1933) . Woodside Henry V. P.Wilson (1959) - - Dover FROM SUSSEX COUNTY Elbert N. Carvel (1945) . Laurel Joseph L. Marshall (1945) . Lewes Warren C. Newton (1921) Bridgeville Otis H. Smith (1958) Lewes Naomi P. Townsend (Mrs. Charles P. Townsend)(1942) Dagsboro Preston C. Townsend (1941) Rehoboth Beach G. Franklin Waples (1948) Milford Honorary Counselor to the Board HUGH M. MORRIS OFFICERS OF THE BOARD WALTER S. CARPENTER, JR., President WARREN C. NEWTON, Vice President JOHN P. CANN, Secretary and Treasurer 273 GEORGE M. WORRILOW, Dean of the School of Agriculture The School of Agriculture at the University of Delaware offers courses designed to instruct students in farm management and in the technical and scientific fields connect- ed with agriculture. Dean of the School of Agriculture is George M. Worrilow, who supervises the 500 acres of land devoted to farm research and the University ' s fine Agricultural and Home Economics Extension Service. Since most of Delaware is a farming region, these services benefit the whole state. Agricultural Hall is located about a mile from South Campus, as anyone who has ever walked back from classes there can tell you. 274 Ag Hall G. BRUCE DEARING, Dean of the School of Arts and Science ICHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCE More than fourteen hundred students are enrolled in the School of Arts and Science, pursuing courses of study in the Humanities, including Languages, Literature, Philoso- phy and the Arts, Mathematics and the Natural Sciences, and History and the Social Sciences. Students in other schools of the University receive their instruction in these areas within the School of Arts and Science. Dean of the School of Arts and Science is G. Bruce Dearing, who joined the staff at Delaware in June, 1957. Before coming to Delaware, Dean Dearing was an Associate Professor of English at Swarthmore. 276 Students make use of the language lab. Testing ... 1, 2, 3 ! fr ,1 How can they find the experiment? 277 WILLIAM O. PENROSE, Dean of the School of Education SCHOOL OF EDUCATION The School of Education, now the second largest school in the University, is housed in Alison Hall. In addition to the offices and the modern classroom facilities found there, there is a one way observation-demonstration room which contains textbook and curriculum materials used in the public schools. In Alison, also, is found the Read- ing Study Center which offers help to our college students, as well as elementary and sec- ondary schools, in improvement of reading and study habits. It is also the center for our graduate students who are preparing as reading specialists. Our undergraduate student body numbers nearly 500 students majoring in elementary and secondary school teaching. We also provide the general professional education cours- es for those specializing in the fields of music, art, and physica l education. The extension graduate program for the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Science, and Master of Education offers fields of specialization in administration and supervision; agricultural, art, elementary and secondary education; guidance; and reading. 278 J AUsol , Hall has the " new look " Future elementary teachers hard at work! 279 EDWARD W. COMINGS, Dean of the School of Engineering SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING This year at Delaware, there were approxi- mately 450 undergraduates enrolled in the School of Engineering. There are four dif- ferent departments in the engineering school: electrical, mechanical, chemical, and civil, among which the Electrical Engineering De- partment is the largest. The new equipment and buildings which have been acquired in recent years, together with an outstanding faculty, have made our School of Engineer- ing one of the finest in the country. Q)mputer in DuPont Hall 28a I Now what do I do? You won ' t find the answer in your pocket. ' Bent " on their work. 281 ' Dean Ayers enjoys a brief relaxation period in the nursery school yard. SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS The aim of the School of Home Economics is to prepare young women in the basic skills of family living, and also to prepare them for jobs in special technical fields. Irma Ayers, Dean and Professor of the School of Home Economics, helps women to select from among the following, the field in which their interest lies: textiles and clothing, home econom- ics education, foods and nutrition, and general home econ omics. In their senior year, these women have a chance to display their skills in a real home situation by living for six wedcs at the Home Management House. Precise and exact testing! 282 CD mai° ?. ' 283 Hail to thee, proud Delaware, in loyalty we stand, We give thee thanks for glorious days beneath thy guiding hand Full often will we praise thy name, thy colors proudly bear. We lift our voices now to sing, " All hail to Delaware! " COMMEK 284 CEMENT 285 SATURDAY JUNE 10 IP The Senior Class of the University oj Delaware cordially invites you to attend Senior Weekend at the Cavalier Country Club on the tenth day oj June nineteen hundred and sixty-one Z ' Sr l ;j rV ' ♦. SENIOR BALL 287 289 COMMENCEMENT SUNDAY. JUNE 11 Candidates for commissions as Second Lieutenants in the United States Army Reserve. The tassel is moved from right to left. nt 4»i Ai WILMUTH S. LEWIS, Author and Editor DIRECTORY MARCIA HUDSON ABBOTT Georgetown Del. DSNEA }; Junior Counselor; Playbill 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2, 3; Social Chairman 2; Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. MARY JEAN ASTOLFI R. D. 2 Bear, Del. Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; REVIEW 4; Homecoming Committee 4; WAA Sports; Playbill 3, Script Director 4; Homecoming Court 3; ROTC Sponsor 3. JOSEPH GEORGE BALABAN 5815 2Uth St. Bayside64, N. Y. Freshman Tennis; Hillel 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, President 4; Senior Weekend Committee; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 4, Historian 3. ANNETTE STIRLING 450 Highland Ave. CoUingswood, N. J. ADAMS Beta Beta Beta 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Junior Counselor; WEC 3, 4; Head of House 3; Honor Court Chairman 4; Dorm Honor Com- mittee 2; Mortar Board, Treasurer 4 IPC Queen 4; Women ' s Chorus 2 Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Playbill BLUE HEN 2. PATRICIA KAY ATWOOD Lock Haven Penna. E-52 Lab Production 1; May Day 2, 3; Women ' s Chorus 2; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Activities. GIEDRE S. AVIZONIS 515 Lakeview Dr. Milford, Del. JOHN HENRY BALY 957 Amet Ave. Union, N. J. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Base- ball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Intramural Council Vice President 4; Sigma Nu 1, 2, Marshal 3, Intramural Repre- sentative 4. WHITNEY R. ADAMS, JR. 505 N. DuPont Rd. Wilmington 6, Del. RICHARD F. AHERN 110 Sheffield Dr. Hockessin, Del. ROTC Band and Rifle Team 1, 2; Phi Kappa Tau; Psi Chi 3, 4; Psy- chology Club 2, 3, 4. WILLARD EMERSON AINSWORTH 25 Spruce Ave. Wilmington 5, Del. ASME. RODNEY F. ALLEN 5 Bassett Place Newark, Del. FREDERICK H. ALTERGOTT Amstel Ave. and Elkton Rd. Newark, Del. JANE IRENE ANDREWS Box 3843 Greenville Br. Wilmington 7, Del. KATHRYN DAMICO BACHER 415 N. Lincoln St. Wilmington 5, Del. Newman Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, Publicity Chairman 2, Project Co-Chairman 2, Secretary 4; Women ' s Chorus 2; WAA Basketball 1, 2, 3; Dorm Treas- urer 2, House Council 1, 2, 3; Junior Counselor; Playbill; May Day Court 1; Alpha Rho 3, 4; Homecoming Court 2; Kappa Delta Phi 4. JAMES ROY BADGER Landenberg Penna. Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4. MARGARET ANN BAIN 417 Morris Ave. Apt. 32 Kent Gardens, Summit, N. J. Honor Court, Secretary 3; IFC Court 4; Junior Counselor, Training Com- mittee 3; May Day 3; Assistant Head of House 1; House Council 1, 3; Playbill 2; Senior Weekend Commit- tee 4. JAMES MERVEN BAKER 3803 Greenmount Ave. Baltimore 18, Md. Dorm President ' ager 1, 2. 1; Basketball Man- DAVID ALLEN BANKES 2 Yale Ave. Wilm. Manor New Castle, Del. REVIEW 1; Tennis 1; E-52 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Zeta 3, Vice President 4; Tri- Beta 3, 4; Athenean Society 3. ALAN RICHARD BARROS 15 Kings Highway Dover, Del. Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, House Man- ager 3, Member-at-Large and Social Chairman 4; Band 1; Football 1; Inter- fraternity Sports and Debating 2, 3; IFC; Lacrosse 1; Hillel. JOHN SIMON BARRY 139 King St. Dunkirk, N. Y. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SAM 3, Freshman Basketball; Varsity Basket- ball 2, 4; Lacrosse 3, 4; Public Re- lations Chairman 4; Intramural Coun- cil 1. MARY JANE BARTLETT 22 Primrose Lane Levittown, N. J. Playbill 1, 2, 3; May Day 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; BLUE HEN 2; Honor Committee 3; Junior Counselor. 293 GEORGE S. BACHIS 166 W. Main St, Penns Grove, N. J. LYNN FRANCES BEARD 113 Blue Rock Rd. Edgewood Wilmington 3, Del. Alpha Rho 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Mortar Board 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1; House Council 1, 2; Home Eco- nomics Senate 2; Home Economics Club; May Day 2; NEEDLE AND HAYSTACK 3. BARBARA NANCY BEESON 106 Monticello Rd. Fairfax Wilmington 3, Del. Aquatic Club 2, 4; Publicity Com- mittee Class of 1961 2, 3; Playbill 3, 4; BLUE HEN 2, 3. JAMES JOHN BEHEN III 9 Delaware Ave. Dover, Del. AIChE 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade. DAVID M. BEINNER 95 Webster St. Irvington 11, N. J. Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; SAM 4; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3,4. DONNA LOU BETTS 90 Union St. Milton, Del. WCSC Committee 3; Dorm So cial Chairman 3; House Council 3; Class Projects Committee 3; Home Ec Club; Women ' s Chorus 2. ROBERT GETSMER BIDDLE, Chesapeake City Maryland III AIEE 3, 4; IRE 3, 4; MRHA Treas- urer 3; Swimming Team 1; Dorm Treasurer 3. J. MORRIS BINDER 3609 Madison Ave. Wilmington 2, Del. Alpha Epsilon Pi Sentinel 2, 3; Hillel; Inter-Dormitory Council 3; Treasurer 3; Soccer 1; Tennis 1, 3. BURTON DE WOLFE BISHOP Colera Maryland Junior Counselor. CYNTHIA JOY BLANKS 2177 4th St. Trenton, Michigan BLUE HEN 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Honor Committee 4; May Day 1, 3; Women ' s Chorus 2; Playbill 1, 2, 3. GEORGE BOWER 1825 Elm St. Wilmington 5, Del. DALE W. BOWINS 3901 B Sussex Rd. Wilmington 5, Del. JAMES MICHAEL BOYD 513 Garfield Ave. Folcroft, Penna. NELLIE SARAH BRADFORD 130 Kells Ave. Newark, Del. THOMAS ALAN BRADLEY 601 Penna. Ave. Wilmington Manor New Castle, Del. IRE 3, 4; Newman Club; ROTC Rifle Team 1, Secretary 2. GAIL DOROTHY BREMER 83 Carmita Ave. Rutherford, N. J. Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Athenaean Society 2, 3; Honor Committee Secretary 4; Philosophy Club 4; Playbill 1, 2; Dorm Activities. RICHARD A. BROADBENT 402 W. Newport Pike Wilmington 4, Del. DEBORAH DUKENFIELD BENOIT 227 N. Walnut St. Wilmington 4, Del. JOHN BERENGUER 1007 W. 9th St. Wilmington, Del. HARRY AUGUST BERRY 15 Champlain Ave. Wilmington 4, Del. Accounting Club 3, 4. HELEN ANNE BERTRAND 103 Venus Rd. North Star Newark, Del. Aquatic Club 1, 2, Beta Beta Beta 3, 4. Treasurer J, 4; RUSSELL NORWOOD BONNEY, JR. 501 Brennon Dr. Newark, Del. Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; Junior Coun- selor; Student Center Social Chairman 3, President 4, Board of Directors Chairman 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Co-Chairman Campus Chest Commit- tee 3; SGA 3; Executive Committee 4; Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4; Student Parking Appeals Committee 3; Resi- dence Hall Advisor 4; MRHA Social Committee Advisor 4; ROTC Brigade Executive Officer 4; Senior Weekend Committee. MARY ANN BOUKALIS 305 Evans Ave. Willow Grove, Penna. CCUN 2, 3; International Relations Club President 4; Newman Club 2; Committee Advisor 4; ROTC Brigade 2, 3, 4; Playbill 2, 3, Co-writer 4. MARK DAVID BROWN 101 Beeson Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. SHEILA ELIZABETH BROWN 18 McMuUen Ave. New Castle, Del. DSNEA 3, 4; Canterbury Club 3; May Day 3; Playbill 3. GEORGE EDWARD BUCHWALD 518 Ruxton Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. ASME 3, President 4. GAIL MARIE BUCKELEW 38 Lakewood Rd. Manasquan, N. J. 294 GERALD IRVING BUCKSON 3 Martell Rd. Newark, Del. Kappa Alpha Alumni; Mathematics Club 2, 3; AIEE-IRE 3, Chairman 4. DAVID ANTON BURROWS Box 18 Mendenhall, Penna. WALTER EDSON BUSKE 53 Milcreek Trailer Pk. 236 3rd St. Wilmington 8, Del. ASME 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA JEAN CARSWELL 244 Whaley St. Freeport, N. Y. WCSC 3; House Council 2, 3; Dorm Secretary 2, Assistant Head of House 3; Student Center Public Relations Committee; BLUE HEN 2; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; May Day Court 1. 2: Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. RICHARD JOHN CASPERMEYER 24-2 Clifton Park Dr. Wilmington 2, Del. LLOYD STUART CASSON 2500 N. Claymont St. Wilmington 2, Del. WILLIAM A. CLINEFF, JR. 501 Elizabeth Ave. Bellefonte Wilmington 3, Del. ASCE 2, 3, 4, 5; Pi Kappa Alpha 3, 4, 5; Engineering Council 4, 5; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Illustrator, Agriculture Dept. 5. RICHARD J. CLYNES, JR. 1018 Dettling Rd. Wilmington 5, Del. PHILOMENA ANNE COCCIA 2 Queen Ave. Swanwyck New Castle, Del. Newman Club 1. JAMES CAMPBELL, JR. 22 Center St. Hamilton Pk. New Castle, Del. KAY CAMPBELL 395 W. 67th Ave. Philadelphia 26, Penna. WILLIAM A. CAMPBELL 2188 Swedesboro Rd. Paulsboro, N. J. JEANNE ELAINE CARBACK R. D. 3 Box 356 Seaford, Del. Home Ec Senate 1, 2, 3, Chairman 4; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Head of House 3; Assist- ant Residence Hall Director 4; BLUE HEN 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR GENE CARLISLE Sewell and Gay Streets Felton, Del. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, Publicity Co-Chairman 4; Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 4. ADOLPH F. CARLSON, III 104 Western Ave. Wilmington 5, Del. RAYMOND W. CARMEAN Montchanin, Delaware ARTHUR B. CHASE 30 Lenape Lane Newark, Del. STANLEY F. CHETKOWSKI 605 S. Harrison St. Wilmington, Del. FERDINAND NICHOLAS CIRILLO 1415 Oak St. Wilmington 4, Del. Omicron Delta Kappa 4; Kappa Alpha 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4; MRHA Vice President 2; Dorm President 2; Junior Counselor; Newman Club 1, 2; Delaware Rifles 1, 2; Scabbard and Blade 4: Student Mathematics Teach- er 3; IFC Playbill 2; Intramural Wres- tling 2, 3. JANET AMBER CLARK 1 Wade Ave. Baltimore 28, Md. House Council 1,2; Junior Counselor; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; E-52 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; Honor Court 2; IFC Queen Candidate; Mili- tary Ball Candidate; Canterbury Club 1; Dorm Activities. JUDITH ANN CLEEK 296 N. Wycombe A ve. Lansdowne, Penna. DSNEA 2; REVIEW 2; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; Playbill 1, 3, 4, Director 2; Campus Debates 2; Junior Musical Script; Class Publicity Committee 2; Class Publicity Committee 2; Dorm Activities; Intramural Sports. LINDSAY CLENDANIEL 73 St. John Dr. Wilmington 8, Del. ARTHUR STEPHEN COHEN 406 W. 39th St. Wilmington 2, Del. JANET LEIGH COLE 306 Delaware Ave. Gwinhurst Wilmington, Del. Honor Committee 4; House Council 1; Assistant Residence Hall Director 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Marching Band 1; Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Play- bill 1, 2; May Day 1; Women ' s Handbook Committee 2. CONSTANCE SIMON COMER R. D. 1 Brookmont Farms Newark, Del. Honor Committee 2; DSNEA 1, 2, Vice President 3; Assistant Head of House 1; Class Secretary 3; Playbill 1, 2; Dorm Activities. ANNA MARIE CONNERTY 19 OaknoU Rd. Wilmington 8, Del. ACS 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1. JEROME T. CONNER 1302 Maryland Ave. Wilmington 4, Del. LINDA LOU COOK 2nd Loop Rd. Route 4 Florence, S. C. Modern Dance Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, President 4; May Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Commuter Club 1, 2; Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4; Junior Coun- selor; Playbill 3, 4. 295 RUTH EUZABETH COOK Pine Rd. Fox Chase Philadelphia 11, Penna. DSNEA 2, 3, 4; Executive Com- mittee 4; House Council 3; Senior Weekend Committee 4; May Day 3, 4; Playbill 2, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; Inter-Varsity Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Center Public Relations Committee 3, 4. ELLEN MORTON CORDREY 1004 Elizabeth Ave. Wilmington 3, Del. Executive Committee Secretary 2, 3; Concert Choir 1, 2; Playbill 1, 2, Musical Director 3; Campus Chest Committee 3. WILLIAM P. CORNWELL 1015 Pottstown Pk. West Chester, Penna. LEONARD H. CUTLER 617 W. 39th St. Wilmington, Del. Beta Beta Beta 2, 3; Alpha Epsilon Pi 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 3; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; Delaware Rifles 1; Varsity Chorale 1, 2, 3; Track 2. MARY MARGARET DALECKI 1721 Limestone Rd. Wilmington 4, Del. BRENDA RAE DAVIS 302 E. 23rd St. Wilmington, Del. Kappa Delta Pi 4; Dorm Honor Committee 3; WEC 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; VENTURE 3, 4; REVIEW 3; May Day 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Student Center Committee 4; Dorm Activities. JOHN RUSSELL DENYES Apt. 24 Raub Hall Newark, Dei. LEONARD R. DEROGATIS 2029 Barry St. Wilmington 5, Del. SAM 3, 4; Psychology Club 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4. MARGARET DE WILDE 301 W. Commerce St. Bridgeton, N. J. Assistant Head of House 4; Honor Committee 3; House Council 4; DSNEA 1, 3, Secretary 2; May Day 2; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; Junior Counselor; Philosophy Club; West- minster Foundation 1, 2; Young Re- publicans 2; Aquatic Club 2; Play- bill 1, 2. TRAVIS COSABOOM 65 S. Main St. Medford, N. J. DONALD RAYMON DAVIS 11 Wilbur St. Newark, Del. REVIEW 3. C. T. DICKERSON, JR. 2104 Inglewood Dr. Wilmington, Del. DAVID HENRY COYLE, JR. 2630 Sherwood Dr. Wilmington 8, Del. Psi Chi 4; Psychology Club 3, 4; Lutheran Students Association Repre- sentative 4. PATRICIA ANNE CRAVEN 37 W. Main St. Pennsville, N. J. Mortar Board President 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, Treasurer 4; WEC 3; Head of House 3; Junior Counselor; DSNEA 1,.2, 4; REVIEW 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Student Handbook Committee 3. PATRICIA ANN CROSSON 12 Winsor Rd., North Hills Wilmington 3, Del. House Council 3; WAA Representa- tive 3, Treasurer 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2; Student Center Public Relations Committee 3; Westminster 1, 2. JOANNE DAVIS R. D. 1 Middletown, Del. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN ARTHUR DAVIS 209 Victoria Ave. Wilmington 4, Del. LAWRENCE FRANCIS DEANGELIS 805 N. Clayton St. Wilmington 5, Del. SAM 4; Student Center Committee 4; Football Manager 1, 2. NINA A. DELUCA Faulk Rd. Maplewood Lane Wilmington 3, Del. MARTHA FRANCES DEMPSEY 2501 Lincoln Ave. Claymont, Del. House Council 3; Assistant House Director; Homecoming Queen Candi- date 3; Cheerleading 1; Playbill 1; May Day 1, 3. DIANE WILLIAMS DICKERSON 16 West St. Laurel, Del. House Council 2, 3; May Day 1, Playbill 3; Dorm Sports 3. JOYCE ANN DICKERSON Box 75 R. D. 1 Selbyville, Del. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Junior Coun- selor; Marching Band 1; Women ' s Chorus 2; DSNEA 1, 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, President 4; Delaware Dele- gate to California NEA Convention 4; May Day 1, 3, 4. JOSEPH DOUGLAS DIETRICH 67 Broad St. Matawan, N. J. SAM 4; Dorm President 3, Treasurer 4; Basketball Manager 1. HELEN DIKEAKOU 226 B. Rakleous St. Athens, Greece 296 CAROLYN M. DILL 2703 Market St. Wilmington 2, DeL Westminster Foundation 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 4; Band 1, 2; May Day 1; Orchestra 3; Playbill 1; WAA Softball 1, 2. JOHN A. DONALDSON 1008 Overbrook Rd. Wilmington 6, Del. AlChE 3, 4; Alpha Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2. FRANK S. DRAPER 106 Church Ave. Milford, Del. RUSSELL ALLEN EMERSON Woodale Rd. Mt. Cuba Wilmington, Del. EARL LARRY ERDNER 107 Helms Ave. Swedesboro, N. J. BRUCE FAIN 34 Irene Lane East Plainview, Long Island, N. Y. AIChE 3, 4; Hillel Basketball 3, 4. ROBERT C. FAISON 1833 Shallcross Ave. Folcroft, Penna. 3; Intramural SUSAN JEAN FRITZ R. D. 10 Shady Lane Dover, Del. BETTE ANN FROHOCK 602 Tyrone Ave. Wilmington 4, Del. Home Ec Club 1, 2; RIL Council 3; Commuters ' Club 3, 4. ROBERT F. GAMGORT 1713 Sycamore St. Wilmington, Del. SAM 1, 2. 3, President 4; Newman Club BEVERLY T. DUGAN Box 183 Milford, Del. JACOB FELDMAN 501 W. 37th St. Wilmington 2, Del. DIANA GEBHART 503 Walnut Rd. Wilmington 4, Del. ROBERT H. DUMAS 9 Aldrich Way Wilmington 6, Del. DAVID ALBERT DUNN 109 Dallas Ave. Newark, Del. Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1; Golf 1; Soccer 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR WALP EASTBURN 521 Chestnut St. Coatesville, Penna. Honor Committee 2; House Council 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; Aquatic Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4; May Day 1, 2; Playbill 1, 2, 3; Junior Counselor; Homecoming Court 3. ALAN LAWRENCE FLINN 7525 Walnut Lane Philadelphia 38, Penna. ASChE 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Cross Country 1, 2. KATHRYN EDITH FLOOD 214 Wellington Rd. Wilmington, Del. DIANE S. FRANCIS 9 South St. Smyrna, Del. DAVID LAWRENCE FRANCISCO 2016 Telegraph Rd. Wilmington 8, Del. Accounting Club 3, Treasurer 4. FREDERICK M. GENTILE 2 W. 20th St. Wilmington, Del. IRIS CATHERINE GEORGE 311 DelgadoDr. Baton Rouge, La. Honor Court 3; SGA Representative; House Council 3, 4; Dorm Honor " Committee Chairman 3; BLUE HEN 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3; Play- bill 1, 2, 4; Student Center Cultural Committee 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN GEORGE 32 HiUcroft Rd. Newark, Del. DORA LEE ELLIOTT 109 S. Packard St. Hammonton, N. J. KARL FRANTZ 3 Peacock Rd. Audubon Park 6, N. J. WILLIAM A. GEORGE 1206 New Rd. Wilmington 5, Del. MARY ELLEN ELL W ANGER R. D. 1 Milford, Del. Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 4; Dorm Activities. Playbill JOHN BARTON FRAZIER MR 10 Dover, Del. SAM 3, 4; Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; Dorm Treasurer 2; Sca bbard and Blade 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Delaware Rifles 2. JOHN WILLIAM GERBER 212 N. Maryland Ave. Wilmington, Del. AIEE 3, 4; Dorm Secretary 3; Intra- mural Football 1, 2, 3; Intramural Softball 2, 3. W7 M. LOUISE GERSTENBERG 2307 N. Franklin St. Wilmington, Del. SGA Committee Member 3; Campus Chest Committee 1, 2; NEEDLE AND HAYSTACK 2; BLUE HEN 3; Play- bill 1, 2; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; Dorm Activities. MARCIA ANNE GIEMONT 2003 Ferndale Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. HOWARD WILLIAM GRAHAM 2202 Stanwood St. Philadelphia 24, Penna. DANIEL CLAYTON GRANT 2006 Ferndale Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. Alpha Zeta 4; Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. FREDERICK J. HAGEMAN 714 Broom St. Wilmington, Del. VIRGINIA DOROTHY HAINE 805 Knollwood Terrace Westfield, N. J. House Council 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; NEEDLE AND HAY- STACK 3, Feature Editor 4. CHARLES HENRY GIFFORD, 19 Chaucer Dr. Newark, Del. RUSSELL L. GIVIN 338 Delaware Circle Newark, Del. JANET LOUISE GLAESEL 487 E. 23rd St. Brooklyn 26, N. Y. Ill Kappa Delta Pi 4. JUDITH SANDS GOCHNAUR 825 N. Franklin St. Pottstown, Penna. DSNEA 4; Executive Committee 4; Playbill 2, 4; Dorm Secretary 2; House Council 2; Canterbury 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Weekend Committee 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, President 4. ELLIOT L. GOLDYN 1 1 19 Grinnell Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. HELEN A. GOODALE 1309OberlinRd. Wilmington 3, Del. JAMES A. GORRY, III 511 Bentwood Dr. Carrcroft Wilmington, Del. Sigma Nu Pledge Captain 2, Assist- ant Rushing Chairman 3; Lieutenant Commander 4; Varsity Soccer 2, 3, Captain 4; Tennis 1, 2; REVIEW 1, 2; Junior Counselor; Delaware Rifles 1; Playbill 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation Planning Committee 2; Counselor Training 3; Dorm Secre- tary 1. DONALD R. GREEN R. D. 2 Sunny Hall Cape May, N. J. EDWARD JOSEPH GREEN 351 Paper Mill Rd. Newark, Del. ASME 1; ROTC Rifle Team 1, 4, Drill Team 2; APC 3; Scabbard and Blade 4. WILLIAM DANIEL GREEN 2 Franklin Ave. Claymont, Del. MARY E. GREGSON Limestone Rd. Hockessin, Del. ANNA KATHARINE GRUBER 422 Dorset Rd. Devon, Penna. WAA • 1 ; Lutheran Students Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Playbill 2, 3, 4. CHARLES F. GUILLOZ Mecox Rd. Southampton, N. Y. HENRY GUNTHER 43 Queen Ave. New Castle, Del. AIChE 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 4; Intra- mural Baseball. JOSEPHINE HOLMES HAMILL 2129 Woodlawn Ave. Glenside, Penna. SGA Women ' s Representative 2, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Junior Counselor; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; DSNEA 1; May Day. CHARLES R. HAMILTON 222 Woodstown Rd. Salem, N. J. RICHARD C. HAMMER 4151 Stanley St. Pittsburgh 7, Penna. HAZEL VIOLET HANCOCK 6 Sundew Rd. Newark, Del. ROBERT M. HANNAH 6 Bellemoor St. Wilmington 4, Del. ELIZABETH F. HASTINGS R. D. 2 Box 60 Georgetown, Del. WAA 2, Vice President 3, President 4; House Council 2; DSNEA 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 2, Secretary 3; Program Chairman 4; Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; University 4-H Club; Women ' s Chorus 2, 3, 4; May Day Assistant Chairman 3, Chair- man 4. MARY JO HAVERBECK 713 W. 32nd St. Wilmington, Del. THOMAS P. HADFIELD 3402 Washington St. Wilmington, Del. House Council: 4; May Day 3; ketball. WAA; Playbill 1, 2, Dorm Activities; Bas- 298 ADRIANNE A. HAYES 311 Chestnut Ave, Wilmington 3, Del. Home Ec Club; Playbill 1; May Court 3; May Day; Philosophy Club 4; Equestrian Club 4; Campus Chest 1; Dorm Committees. TONYA GAY HEESEN 323 Fairview Rd. Springfield, Penna. Mortar Board 3, Secretary 4; Junior Counselor; BLUE HEN Editor 4; Women ' s Chorus 2, 3; May Day 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Playbill 2, 3, Director 4; Dorm Activities; Honor Committee 3. JON PARKER HEGGAN 121 Robert Lane Wilmington, Del. BARBARA LIEBERT HEIMANN 1336 Prospect Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. Hillel 1, 2, 3; REVIEW 1, 2, Typing Editor 3, Society Editor 4; Playbill 1, 2; Dorm Secretary 3; House Coun- cil 3; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2. IRVIN NORMAN HIRSHHELD 3427 Faulkland Rd. Wilmington 8, Del. Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; REVIEW 1, 2, Business Manager 3, 4; Alpha Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4; ACS 4; Delaware Rifles 1; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. PETER ALLEN HOFFMEIR 311 Lakeview Ave. Asbury Park, N. J. Theta Chi 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; IFC 2, Secretary 3, Vice Presi- dent 4; SAM, Treasurer 4; Fraternity Handbook Committee 4; Junior Coun- selor; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. CATHERINE S. HOLLOW AY 24 Center St. Newark, Del. MARGARET GRACE HOLLOWAY Darlington Maryland Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec Senate 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Rho, President 4; May Day 1, 2, 3; Scholarship Chair- man 3; Friends ' Fellowship 1, 2, 3- MERRITT E. HUGHES Fountainville, Bucks Co. Penna. REVIEW 1; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, President 4; Junior Counselor. NORMAN E. HUGHES 407 Lake St. Wilmington 4, Del. CAROLYN MASTEN HUMES 319 Woodside Ave. Hilkrest Wilmington 3, Del. Women ' s Chorus 2; DSNEA 2, 3, 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3; Blazer Committee 1; RIL Committee 2, 3; Etorm Activities 1, 2, 3; Wesley Foundation 1; Class Committee 3. RICHARD FRANCIS HUMPHREYS College Park Lewisburg, Penna. Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, President 4; Phi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, Vice President 4; AIChE; ACS; ASTM; Scabbard and Blade; ROTC Cadet Brigade Commander; Junior Coun- selor; Intramural Sports; Golf Team. MICHAEL G. HEINECKEN 7206 Boyer St. Philadelphia 19, Penna. BARBARA L. HEINEL 2503 Cedar Ave. Wilmington 8, Del. CHARLES L. HILL 16 Cathedral Ave. Claymont, Del. N. WILLIAM HILLER, JR. 2611 Cr«ston Place Wilmington 2, Del. CCUN Treasurer 2, President 3; In- ternational Relations Club, Treasurer 4; U. of D. Geological Association President 4; Junior Counselor 4. DAVID ELWOOD HILT 211 Old Shawnee Rd. Milford, Del. Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. GERALD PATRICK HORGAN 2602 Grant Ave. Claymont, Del. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SAM 3, 4; Commuters ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Team 4. ROGER T. HUBER P. O. Box 357 Newark, Del. CAROLYN HUDIBURG 1807 Baynard Blvd. Wilmington 2, Del. DAVID MARTIN HUDSON 10 Chestnut St. Georgetown, Del. Kappa Alpha, Secretary 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; AIEE 3, Secretary 4; SGA 2, 3; IFC 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES WILLEY HUGHES 309 4th St. Seaford, Del. BERNICE E. HURLOCK 123 Carvel Dr. New Castle, E el. JANICE L. HURLOCK 1212 Marsh Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. JOHN IBBERSON 123 A Thomas Dr. Wilmington 7, Del. ISABELLE MARGARET JAMIESON 502 McKennans Ch. Rd. Hockessin, Del. Westminster Foundation 1, 2, 3; Honor Committee 3; Women ' s Cho- rus 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Committee Chairman 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JANNEY 115 B West 168th St. Bronx 52, N. Y. Hillel 1, 2, 4, President 3; Class Treasurer 2; REVIEW 1, 2, 3; Public Relations Committee; Student Center 2, Chairman 3; Student Center Operat- ing Board. 299 PATRICIA H. JEFFREY Cowentown Rd. R. D. 4 Elkton, Md. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Campus Chest Committee 3; Playbill 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH FRANQS JERKOVICH 35 Westervelt Pk. Cresskill, N. J Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SAM 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, President 4; Fresh Baseball; Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. THEODORE W. JOHNSON 5 Raub Hall U. of Del. Newark, Del. CAROL CRISS JONES 635 N. Church St. West Chester, Penna. BLUE HEN 3, Typing Co-Editor 4; Women ' s Chorus 2, 3; May Day 1, 2, 3; House Council 2; Dorm Activi- ties 1, 2, 3, 4. MILDRED E. JONES 217 N. Rodney St. Wilmington, Del. CAROLYN LEE JOYCE 1900 Fairfield Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. Aquatic Club 1, 2, 4, President 3; Playbill 1, 2, 3; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; Life Guard 1, 2, 3; Dorm Treasurer 3, 4; House Council 1, 3, 4. DAVID B. KAPLAN 2402 E. Strathmore Rd. Baltimore 14, Md. JOAN FISCHER KARRON 302 W. 29th St. Wilmington, Del. ROBERT T. KBURG, JR. 224 Dallam Rd. Newark, Del. JOHN F. KELSO 600 Becker Ave. Woodcrest Wilmington 4, Del. BARBARA LOUISE KENNEDY 2403 Maple Ave. Wilmington 8, Del. Spanish Club 4. HAROLD N. KENTON, JR. 114 A Robert Lane Wilmington 6, Del. JANET BERNICE KENTON 1506 Spring Lane Wilmington 3, Del. Transfer from University of Edin- burgh, Scotland; Commuter 3, 4; Stu- dent Center Personnel Committee 2. VIRGINIA D. Odessa Delaware KIELKOPF Junior Counselor; Chairman 4. Dorm Scholarship HELEN JOANNE KINDER 115 Oak Manor Pkwy. S. Plainfield, N. J. Newman Club 1, 2; Dorm Social Chairman 3; Playbill 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; Young Republicans 2; Intramural Debates 3; Homecoming 3.4. DURAND REED KINLOCH 48 W. Park Place Newark, Del. Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; ASME; ASTM; ARS; Junior Counselor; Campus Chest 1; SGA Film Project Committee; Student Center Social Committee. PATRICL ANN KIRCH 731 Swarthmore Dr. Newark, Del. E-52 1, 2; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Weekend Entertainment Committee 3, 4; Dorm Activities 3, 4; VENTURE 3, 4; Philosophy Club 4; Playbill 4; Athenaean Society 3. GERSHON ALLEN KLEIN 17 W. 38th St. Wilmington 2, Del. Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; SGA Parking Appeals Committee 3; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; BLUE HEN 4; HiUel 1, 2, 3, 4; Delaware Rifles 1. SUZANNE KLEINFELDER 535 Abington Ave. Glenside, Penna. STUART RICHARDSON KNAPP, JR. Box 3922 Greenville, Del. Dorm President 4; Track 2, 3; IHC 4; SAM 3, President 4; Intramural Council 3, Secretary 4; Student Center Recreation Committee 3, 4. WILLIAM MARTIN KNAUER 17 Bungalow Ave. Wilmington 5, Del. Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3; Scabbard and Blade; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD W. KNISLEY Briggs Mobile Homes R, D. 1 Newark, Del. RICHARD B 9 Elm Ave. Wilmington 5 KOCH Del. DEMETRA H. KRAMEDAS 3626 Washington St. Wilmington, Del. KAREN JEAN KRILL 5007 Randall Lane Washington 16, D. C. Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; May Queen Attendant 2; DSNEA 3, 4; Dorm Officer 1, 2, 4; Wesley Foundation 1; Class Executive Committee 3, 4. NICHOLAS KULKA 105 Belmonite Ave. Wilmington, Del. MILES D. KUMNICK 215 Plymouth Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. FREDERICK WINFIELD KUTZ 212 Cheltenham Rd. Newark, Del. ROTC Rifle Team 1, 2; SGA Public Relations Committee 3, Chairman 4; IHC Council, Vice President 4; Alpha Zeta4. 300 THOMAS W. LACKMAN 1016 W. Church Rd. Newark, Del. CAIRL L. LAFFERTY St. Georges Delaware NANCY PHILIS LLOYD 125 Hall St. Seaford, Del. DSNEA 2, 3, Executive Committet 4; Dorm Secretary 3; May Day 2, 3: Student Center Recreational Commit- tee 3; Canterbury 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Senior Weekend Com- mittee; House Council 3- Sigma Nu 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, President 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. JAY ALDERSON LYNCH 501 N. DuPontRd. Wilmington 6, Del. JOHN NOEL LATZO 202 S. Atkins Ave. Wilmington 5, Del. NANCY MARGARET LAWLESS 1406 N. Grant Ave. Wilmington 6, Del. Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3; Commuters ' Club 1, 2, 3. ARNOLD N. LEE 25 N. Church St. Newark, Del. Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, President 3, 4; SAM 2, 3, 4; Wesley 1, 2; DSNEA 4. WATSON BEESON LENDERMAN 9 Stockwell Rd. Wilmington, Del. Sigma Nu 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3; ASME 3, 4; Junior Counselor. ERNEST MARVIN LEVY 5 Gumwood Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. Alpha Epsilon Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; REVIEW 1, Sports Editor 2, 3, Managing Editor 4. JOHN E. LOGAN 501 Garden Apts. Claymont, Del. ASME 2, 3, Vice President 4; DELA WARE ENGINEER 4. LAWRENCE J. LOGAN, JR. 25 Locust Ave. Springfield, Penna. Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, Comptrol- ler 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; MRHA Secretary 2; AIChE 3, 4; Newman Club 1, Treas- urer 2; Evans House Secretary 1. NORMAN L. LOGAN, JR. 100 Harker Ave. Liftwood, Del. FRANCIS MARK LOGULLO 2105 Elder Dr. Wilmington 8, Del. ACS 4. JUDITH MARIE LYNCH 10 Westbury Ave. Staten Island 10, N. Y. Playbill 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Dorm Honor Committee 4. WAYNE ALLEN LYONS Stein Highway Seaford, Del. Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; ASME 3, 4; Football Manager 1, 2. WILLIAM A. MACCHI 207 E. Roosevelt Ave. New Castle, Del. ROBERT T. LOVELL 2214 WyncoteDr. Wilmington 8, Del. STANLEY C. MACEL, JR. 1 Spruce Ave. Newport, Del. WILLIAM H. MacKAY 1806 Faulkland Rd. Wilmington 9, Del. MARGARET MacLEOD 6 Elliot Ave. Wilmington, Del. WILLIAM W. LEWIS III 26 Dartmouth Rd. Wilmington 8, Del. Delta Tau Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity- Chorale 1, 2, 3; REVIEW 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; E-52 4. ROBERTA J. LEWIS Sunny Hills Hockessin, Del. MARJORIE CARLENE LIST 207 Beechwood Ave. Dover, Del. Kent Head of House 3, 4; WEC 3, Secretary 4; Playbill 2, 3, 4; Home- coming Court 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; May Day 3, 4; Delaware Inter- varsity Association. GRAHAM NORRIS LOWDON, JR. 908 Greenhill Ave. Wilmington, Del. Kappa Alpha 2, 3, Vice President 4 ASCE 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor SGA 3; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4 Scabbard and Blade 3, 4. CHARLOTT SPRUANCE LUDLOW Felton Delaware Home Ec Club 1; Canterbury 3, 4; DSNEA 3; Playbill 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; Dorm Activities 1, 2, 3,4. PAPE WILUAM LUKK 2215 125 St. College Point 56, N. Y. LYNDA ELAINE MADDOX 612 Jackson Ave. Wilmington 4, Del. MARY SUE MAHLA 400 Harvey Rd. Claymont, Del. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3; Student Center Cultural Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Center Board 4; Junior Counselor; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Religion in Life Week 2, 3; Dorm House Council 3. FREDERIC J. MAINWARING 134 Scenic Rd. Springfield, Pa. 301 CHARLES WILLIAM MANNING 314 B E. Main St. Newark, Del. ROBERT J. MASTERS 123 Curtis Ave. Wilmington 4, Del. JOHN H. Mcdonald 327 N. Bradford St. Dover, Del. JUDITH H, MARCUS 164 Main St. Annapolis, Md. Phi Kappa Phi Women ' s Chorus cilorship 1, 2. 4; ACS 2, 4; 2; HiUel Coun- JAMES ARDEN MARMON Bluebell Rd. WiUiamstown, N. J. Inter-Hall Council 2, 3, 4; President, Harter 2; President, Johnston, Bon- ham, and Tiffany 3, 4; SGA Senate 3, Standards Committee 2, Campaign Committee 3; MEC 3; Varsity Golf 2; Debating 3; Campus Chest Chairman 3, 4; IHC Judicial Chairman 4; Phi- losophy Club 4; Athenean Society 2, Treasurer 3. ALBERT R. MARTIN 304 Lake Street Wilmington, Del. NANCY MARGARET MARTIN 1326 King St. Wilmington 1, Del. Band 1, 2; BLUE HEN 3; French Club 3; Publicity 4; Library 3, 4. ROGER ALLEN MARTIN 5 Kells Ave. Apt. 2 Newark, Del. Cosmopolitan Club 1, Assistant Treas- urer 2; Music Room 2, Director 3, 4; Resident Hall Advisor 3; Language Lab Assistantship 4. JACQUELINE BARBARA MARVEL 735 Center St. New Castle, Del. French Club 1, 3, Publicity Chairman 2, Secretary 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Debating 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2; BLUE HEN 3; Playbill 2. JOSEPH BEEBE MARVEL 9 Courtney St. Newark, Del. Kappa Alpha 1, Social Chairman 2, 3, Athletic Chairman 4; Junior Coun- selor; Junior Class President; Hcwie- coming Co-Chairman 4; Delaware Rifles 1, 2; Scabbard and Blade 4; BLUE HEN Fraternity Editor 4. CAROL ANN MASTROSATI 509 Linden Rd. Hershey, Penna. Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; BLUE HEN Co-Layout Editor 3, Senior Section Editor 4; French Club 3, 4; Newman Club 2; Playbill 3; House Council 4. BARBARA MATEYKA 514 Washington St. Wilmington 1, Del. Women ' s Chorus 2, 3; Playbill 2, 3; E-52 1, 2, 4; French Club 2, 3. PAUL KURTZ MATTHEISS 900 W. 30th St. Wilmington 2, Del. Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Alpha Chi Sigma 3, 4; AIChE 3, Secretary 4; Outing Club; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. CAROLE SCHULZE MATTHES University Apt. A3 Newark, Del. Concert Choir 1, 2; Accompanist 3, 4; Varsity Chorale Accompanist 2, 3; Madrigal Singers 1, 2; May Day Court 1; Junior Counselor; Playbill 1; E-52 Musical 3, 4. HARRY E. MAULL, JR. 213 Mulberry St. Lewes, Del. KATHERINE F. MAWDSLEY Hopeton and Essex Rd. Westover Wilmington 6, Del. Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 4; Junior Counselor 4; Student Handbook Com- mittee 4; Playbill 2; May Day 1; Honor Committee 2, Chairman 4; House Council 1, 4. ERIC WALTER MAYHEW 712 Harmony Rd. Newark, Del. Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4; Band and Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS L. McELMOYLE 4008 Shipley St. Wilmington 2, Del. PRISCILLA ANN McGEE 723 Seabury Ave. Milford, Del. Kappa Delta Pi 4; DSNEA 3; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Playbill 1; May Day 1, i, 4; Student Center Publicity 3. RICHARD ALLEN McGEE R. D. 5 Georgetown, Del. Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; IRE 3, 4; Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3; Baseball Manager 2, 3; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES K. McGUINNESS 429 Geddes St. Wilmington, Del. SHARON McINTIRE Box 192 R. D. 1 Oxford, Penna. ACS 2, 3, Secretary 4. ELIZABETH YOUNG McKINNEY 215 W. 24th St. Chester, Penna. Home Ec Club 1, 2, Program Chair- man 3, President 4; URC 2; Junior Counselor; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Friends Fellowship 1, 2, 3. MARY JANE McVAUGH Hockessin Delaware Beta Beta Beta 1; REVIEW 1; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Philosophy Qub 4. LAURA LEE MEAKIN 806 Longacre Blvd. Yeadon, Penna. Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; BLUE HEN Typing Editor 3, Typing Co-Editor 4; Playbill 1, 2; May Day 1, 4; Class Publicity Committee 2; Campus Chest Committee 1, 2; Dorm Activities 1, 2, 3, 4. 302 EDWIN JAMES MEARS 104 Winder Rd. New Castle, Del. JAMES HENRY MEEKER 118 W. Hanover Ave. Morris Plains, N. J. JOSEPH WALTER MEKA 19 West High St. Coaldale, Penna. CHARLES O. MELVIN, JR. 1501 W. 7th St. Wilmington, Del. DAVID M. MESSICK 534 Bradford St. Seaford, Del. LORRAINE MARION MILLELOT 205 3rd Ave. Lyndalin Newport, Del. Class Activities Conimittee 1, Chair- man 2; Canterbury Club 1, 3, Seaetary 2; URC Secretary 2, 3; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2, 3; DSNEA 4; WEC 4; Dorm Head of House 4; Dorm Social Chairman 3. CHARLES A. MILLER, III 39 S. Sycamore St. Wilmington, Del. APO Historian 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Recording Secretary 4; Phi Kappa Tau 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Cultural Activities Committee 1. PHYLLIS MILLER 910 Melrose Ave. Melrose Park, Penna. JOHN K. MORDAS 27 East Street South River, N. J. CO SETTE LOUISE MORLEY 2110 Wind Lane Arden Wilmington 3, Del. Hillel 1, Club 1, tee 3. 2, 3; RIL 3; Cosmopolitan 2; Student Center Commit- CHARLES EDWARD MOORE 410 Sussex Ave. Seaford, Del. SUSAN LEIGH MOORE 127 N. Broad St. Woodbury, N. J. Campus Chest Committee 3; Playbill 1; Dorm Activities 1, 2, 3, 4; Cos- mopolitan Club Show 3; May Day 3, 4; Publicity Committee 3- Westminster Foundation 3, Stated Clerk 4; DSNEA 3, 4; Dorm House Council 4; Dorm Honor Committee 2; Junior Counselor. BETTY ALEATH MORRELL Cold Indian Spring Rd. Asbury Park, N. J. Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; WAA 2, Representative 1, 3, 4; Dorm Activities 1, 2, 3, 4; IRE Treasurer 3,4. WILLIAM T. MORRIS 119 E. Van Buren Ave. New Castle, Del. ASME 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1. HOWARD MILTON MOYER Box 91 Dagsboro, Del. VICTOR HAROLD MURRAY, JR. Church St. Selbyville, Del. Phi Kappa Tau 2, 3, Secretary 4; APO 1, 2, 3, 4; BLUE HEN 3; IHC Standards Committee Chairman 3, 4; SGA Standards Committee 3; SAM 4. JAMES JOSEPH NARDOZZI 2709 Creston Place Wilmington, Del. Theta Chi 1, 2; Football Manager 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; SAM 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. JOYCE IRENE NEIDIG Wyoming Delaware Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Residence Hall Assistant 4; House Council DSNEA 4. GRACE ANN NELSON St. Georges Delaware LINDA TURNER NICKEL Dover Delaware Beta Beta Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi 3, Presi- dent 4; WCSC Vice Chairman 3; Playbill 1, 2, 3; Dorm Social Com- mittee 1; House Council 1, 2, 3. MARY ELIZABETH NOLAN 22 Deborah Ave. New Castle, Del. Assistant Head of House 1; House Council 1; Playbill 1, 3; RIL Com- mittee 2, 3; Westminster 2, 3, 4; DSNEA 3, 4. VIRGINIA RUTH NOVAK 2705 Concord Pike Wilmington 3, Del. DSNEA 3, 4; Psychology Club 3; WAA 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3; May Day 1, 3, 4. MARIE SILVA OEMLER 14 Chestnut Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. CAROLYN ALDA OLSON 11 Filers Dr. Chatham, N. J. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, President 4; Aquatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Playbill 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 4; Pool Guard 1, 2, 3; House Council 1, 2; Dorm Social Chair- man 2. JANET MARIE O ' NEAL Lakeside Manor Laurel, Del. DSNEA 2, 3, 4; House Council 2; Band 3, 4; Senior Weekend Com- mittee 4; May Day 1; Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4. ETHELBERT NELSON OTT Route 2 Landenberg, Penna. NORMA EMILY PAGE Whitesville Rd. Toms River, N. J. Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; NEEDLE AND HAY- STACK 2; May Day 1; Playbill 1, 2; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; Alpha Rho 3, 4; Dorm Scholarship Chairman 3; Ellen H. Richards Banquet Chair- man 3. 303 GAIL ROOT PALMER 603 Curtis Ave. Wilmington 4, DeL JAMES PAPPAS 304 Morton Ave. Chester, Penna. SANDRA PAPPAS 3402 Madison St. Wilmington 2, Del. Home Ec Club. MARY MARGARET PAPPERMAN Juniper Lane Rock Hall, Md. Blazer Committee 1; REVIEW 2; Playbill 1, Script Committee 2, 4; Campus Chest 2; Corresponding Sec- retary Dorm 3; House Council 3; May Day 2; BLUE HEN Girls ' Sports Editor 3; Westminster Foundation 1, 2, 3; Chorus; Philosophy Club 4; Dorm Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Orientation English Program 3; De- bates 2. ROSE MARIE PFLUMM Ward St. Harrington, Del. BRUCE HUDSON PHILUPS 9th Street Delmar, Del. VENTURE Business Manager 4; Var- sity Track; Intramural Sports. IRENE REBECCA PHILLIPS Box 397 Rehoboth Beach, Del. DSNEA 1, 2, Finance Committee 3, 4; Westminster Foundation 1; Dorm Activities 1, 2, 3, 4; Playbill 2. JO ANNE FRANCES PHILLIPS Mt. Hermon Rd. Salisbury, Md. Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary 4; Junior Counselor; Phi Kappa Phi; BLUE HEN 2, Layout Editor 3; Student Center Personnel Committee 2; Dorm Scholarship Chairman 3. HELEN JOYCE POORE Front Street Frederica, Del. Junior Counselor; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; IFC Queen Candidate 4; Dorm Coun- cil 1, 4; Sig Ep Sweetheart 3; Wom- en ' s Chorus 1, 2, Accompanist 3, 4; Dorm Social Chairman 3. ORVID WAYNE PRATT 1010 Shallcross Ave. Wilmington 6, Del. GEORGE BARKER PRETTYMAN, JR. R. D. 1 North East, Md. Kappa Alpha 2, Treasurer 3, 4; RE- VIEW 1; Soccer 2; Junior Counselor; Co-Editor Student Handbook; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT M. PRICE 115 Murphy Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. 1 CONSTANCE R. PARKER 24 Hillside Rd. Newark, Del. MARY ELLA PIERCE 141 Sickles St. Kennett Square, Penna. ROBERT L. PRITCHETT 204 Beverly Place Wilmington 3, Del. NANCY LEE PARKES 701 BellevereRd. Wilmington J, Del. IFC Court 3; Military Ball Court 3; Homecoming Court 4; Class Publicity Chairman 4, Vice President 3, Execu- tive Committee 4; Playbill 1; BLUE HEN 2; Aquatic Club 1, Treasurer 2; House Council 3; SGA Standards Committee 3, Senate 3, Publicity Committee 2. M. PLEASANTS PEIRCE USOM American Embassy Djakarta, Indonesia RICHARD PAUL PELOQUIN 287 A Lake Ave. Manchester, N. H. Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 3, 4. JANET ANN PIERSON Hockessin Delaware Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Universit)- 4-H Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4. MARIE E. PIOVOSO 3068 New Castle Ave. New Castle, Del. HARRY POGACH 709 W. 26th St. Wilmington 2, Del. Lacrosse Manager 2; Wrestling Man- ager 2; REVIEW Circulation Staff 2, 3; Student Center Cultural Com- mittee 2; Hillel Councilorship 1, 2, 3, 4; Won Old Home History Essay Contest. RONALD D. PROTHERO 1908 Maple St. Wilmington 5, Del. JOSEPH F. PRZYWARA, JR. 511 Birmingham Ave. Wilmington 4, Del. Russian Club 2, 3; SAM 4. IAN M. G. QUIMBY 26 Caleb Terrace Wilmington 5, Del. LIBORIO V. RAMUNNO 3084 New Castle Ave. Rose Hill New Castle, Del. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 2, 3; Commuter Club 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 4. MARCIA TOSELU PEOPLES 1412 Colin Dr. Newport Wilmington, Del. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3; Assistant Head of House 3. JOHN SPENCER POOLE 3403 Roselawn Ave. Wilmington 8, Del. AIEE 3, Vice President 4. EDWARD RAPKIN 1 Baltimore Ave. Rehoboth Beach, Del. Wrestling 1, IRE 3, 4. 2; Junior Counselor 3; 304 DENNIS A. REARDON 703 W. 19th St. Wilmington 2, Del. JEAN E. REBECCA 252 Tioga St. Trenton 9, N. J. Newman Club 1; Campus Chest 2, 3, 4; SGA Treasurer 3; Chairman Finance Committee 3; Film Committee 3, 4; DSNEA 1, 4; Modern Dance Club 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Dorm Treasurer 2, House Council 2. CONSTANCE LOUISE REBURN 21 Manor Ave. Claymont Ave. Home Ec Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Honor Court 3, 4; Honor Committee Chairman 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 2; Alpha Rho 3, Secretary 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3; May Day 1, 2. MARY ANNE REDMILE 14 South Cliffe Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. May Day 2, 3; Women ' s Chorus 2; DSNEA 3, 4; Dorm House Council 3. MARY ALICE REECE 2909 Franklin St. Wilmington 2, Del. DSNEA 3, 4; E-52 3, 4. JOAN ELIZABETH REED The Levels Middletown, Del. PATRICK N. RENAUD 1122 Grinnell Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. KENNETH GRANT RICE 141 Rodney Circle Bryn Mawr, Penna. DSNEA; WAA. ASME 3, Secretary 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, President 4; Class Vice President 1, 2, 3; SGA 2, 3; Dorm President 1; MRHA 1; Track 1. DAIVA SOFIA RIMKUS 239 Bayard Ave. Dover, Del . Newman Club 1; Cosmopolitan Club 1; Playbill 1, 3. KATHLEEN WORTZ RIPPERE Apt. 24 Conover Hall Newark, Del. Kappa Delta Pi 4; DSNEA 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Playbill 1, 2; May Day 1; Riding Club 4. ALISE COVERDALE RODGERS Utah 6 Parklyn Apts. Wilmington 5, Del. Kappa Delta Pi 4; WEC 1, 3; Junior Counselor; WCSC 3; Playbill 1, 3; Head of House 3; Military Sponsor 2. THOMAS COOMBE ROE, JR. 201 Oakdale Rd. Salisbury, Md. Omicron Delta Kappa 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, Officer 4; Class Vice President 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Student Conference on U.S. Affairs (West Point); SGA 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Parents ' Conference 3, 4. JEAN A. ROVEY 60 Madison Ave. Newfield, N. J. DSNEA 1, 4; WAA Board 2, 3; Aquatic Club 2, 3, 4; Dorm House Council 1, 2. NANCY LOUISE RUFF 324 Columbia Ave. Dover, Del. FRANCIS EDWARD RYAN 12 W. 5th St. New Castle, Del. WILLIAM F. SAPP 214 N. Broom St. Wilmington 5, Del. LEON K. SAUFLEY R. D. 2 Box 119 Hummelstown, Penna. ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling; Base- ball 1, 2. WILLIAM SUTTON SCARBOROUGH Cheswold Delaware ASCE 3, Treasurer 4; Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; DELAWARE ENGINEER 3,4. MARGARET FREE SCHAAL 110 Briar Lane Newark, Del. DSNEA 2, 3; Junior Counselor; RIL Committee 3; House Council 3; Honor Committee 2; Psychology Club 3; Playbill 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; WAA Sports 1, 2; May Day 3. ROBERT PAUL REEDER 538 Fern St. Yeadon, Penna. MARY AGNES REGAN 408 Foulkstone Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. Newman Club 3, 4; Cosmopolitan Club 3; Playbill 3. ANN BARBARA REMEDIO 4 Carl Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. DSNEA 3, 4; Newman Club 1. STEFAN KARL ROSKI 25 9tn Ave. Wilmington 4, Del. Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; ASME 3, 4; ASTM 4; VENTURE 2; Chess Club l;E-52. HELEN ROTTER 109 N. Harrison Ave. Wilmington 5, Del. Newman Club 1, 3, Secretary 2; Cosmopolitan Club 3, Vice President 4; Co-Director of Festival of Nations 3; Junior Counselor; Philosophy Club 4; Badminton Tournament 1, 2; May Day 1, 2; Playbill 1, 2, 4. RANDOLPH B. 30 Park Ave. Avenel, N. J. SCHILLER BARRY SIDNEY SCHLECKER 30 W. 41st St. Wilmington 2, Del. Alpha Epsilon Pi Social Chairman 3, President 4; Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4; RE- VIEW 2, 3, 4; S. C. Social Committee 3, 4; SGA 4; Junior Co unselor; MEC Chairman 4; Senior Class Executive Committee 4; Chairman of Senior Weekend 4; S. C. Board of Direc- tors 4. 305 EVELYN MARLENE SCHOLL 1011 FoulkRd. Wilmington 3, Del. Lutheran Student Association 1; Cos- mopolitan Club 1; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; Philosophy Club 4; Playbill 2, 4; May Day 1; Dorm Activities. CONSTANCE M. SEELBACH 81 McCosh Rd. Upper Montclair, N. J. Kappa Delta Pi 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; Aquatic Club 1, 2, 3; Dorm Activities 1, 2, 3. WILMER EUGENE SHUE, JR. 116 Tanglewood Lane Newark, Del. SAM 4; Sigma Nu 1, Historian 2, 3, Alumni Contact Officer 4; Delaware Rifles 1, 2; Junior Counselor; Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Baseball 1. ROBERT W. SCHUTZ 319 Highwood Ave. Leonia, N. J. SANDRA RAE SCHWAB R. D. 2 Box 141 Lansdale, Perma. Mortar Board 4; Alpha Rho 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Junior Counselor; WEC Chairman 4; SGA Social Committee 2, Executive Committee 4, Senate 4; Honor Court 3; Class Secretary 1, 2; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecom- ing Committee 4; House Council 3; S. C. Operating Board 2, 3, 4; Parents ' Tea Committee 2, 3; Sophomore Court 2. JUDITH ANN SHAPIRO 231 E. Springfield Rd. Springfield, Penna. Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; REVIEW 1, 2; Hillel 1, Corresponding Secretary 2, 3; WCSC 3; WAA 4; Playbill 2; House Council 3, 4; Class Publicity Com- mittee 1. KAY H. SHARPLESS 717 RysingDr. Wilmington 3, Del. Athenaean Society 2; French Club 2, 3; Dorm Social Co-Chainnan 2; Active Young Democrats 4. FLORENCE L. SIEMEN 723 Lehigh Rd. Newark, Del. WILLIAM R. SIMPLER, JR. 201 Baynard Ave. Rehoboth, Del. Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Swimming 2. LOUISE GROVE SIPPLE 815 S. DuPont Blvd. Milford, Del. PERI LEE SCHWARTZ 401 W. Poplar St. Wenonah, N. J. Junior Counselor; Assistant Head of House 3; Head of House 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, Sec- retary 4; Cosmopolitan Club 1, 2, 3; WEC Treasurer 4; ACS 3, 4; Hand- book Committee 4; Intramural De- bating Dorm Chairman 2. SARA KLINE SCHWARTZ 1707 Harvey Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. DAVID ERIC SCHWEFFLER 505 Rockavon Rd. Narberth, Penna. KENNETH C. SHELIN, JR. 307 Valley Rd. Wilmington 4, Del. PETER W. SHELTON 36 Fowler St. Franklin, N. J. DORA ELIZABETH SHERER R. D. 4 Dover, Del. WEC 2, 3; Playbill 1, 2, 3, Co-ordi- nating Director 4; Dorm Head of House 2, 3; Student Court Committee 4; Co-Chairman Decorating Commit- tee Women ' s Weekend; May Court 3; House Council 4; Representative to lAWS Conference 3. CHRISTOPHER K. SMITH 714 S. Broom St. Wilmington, Del. L " VT NE SMITH 100 E. 24th St. Chester, Penna. Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2; Home Ec Club 3, 4; Dorm House Council 3; May Day 1, 2; Dorm Activities. HOWARD EDWARD SMYTH 2923 Hickory St. Alexandria, Va. EDWARD Z. SOBOaNSKI 107 Sharpley Rd. Wilmington, Del. C. LOUISE SCOTT 19 Manor Ave. Claymont, Del. Kappa Delta Pi 3, Vice President 4; House Council 2, Secretary 3; DSNEA •i, 2, 3; Cultural Activities Commit- tee 3; Student Handbook Committee 3; Junior Counselor. ANTHONY A. SHOLL 2600 Tatnall St. Wilmington 2, Del. CHARLES W. SHOOP, JR. Box 29 West Grove, Penna. ACS 4. ANTHONY J. SOCORSO, JR. 2707 Monroe St. Wilmington 2, Del. BENJAMIN F. SOLLOWAY Big Oak Smyrna, Del. 306 WILLIAM PAUL SPENCER R. D. 2 Landenberg, Penna. CAROL ANN SPINDELL 730 N. Easton Rd. Glenside, Penna. Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Cosmopolitan Club 2, Officer 3, 4; NEEDLE AND HAYSTACK 2, Co-Editor 3, 4; Stu- dent Publications Committee 3, 4; May Day 1, 2, 4. W. BROOKE STABLER, 1611 Tower Rd. Wilmington 6, Del. JR. IRMGARD EVA STALLMANN 261 W. Commerce Ext. Bridgeton, N. J. Kappa Delta Pi 4; Women ' s Chorus 1; DSNEA 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2 3, 4; WAA 2; Aquatic Club 2, 3 IPC Queen 3; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4 Dorm Honor Committee 2, 3, Secre tary 4; Dorm Teas 1, 2, 3, 4 Vesper Services 2, 3, 4; Dorm Sports 1, 2, 3; Women ' s Weekend Com- mittee 3. PHILLIS STANLEY 2633 Union Ave. Pennsauken, N. J. JOSEPH RENNIE STAVELY 336 S. College Ave. Newark, Del. Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Alpha Zeta 2, 3; Scribe 4; Junior Counselor; Canter- bury 1; NEEDLE AND HAYSTACK 3, 4; Ag Club 1, 2, Secretary 3. MARY ANN STAVISH 1923 Westfield Ave. Scotch Plains, N. J. Alpha Rho 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; NEEDLE AND HAYSTACK 2; Playbill 1, 2. DALE R. STECHER 1209 Greenhill Ave. Wilmington 3, Del. ASME 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Dorm President 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHRYN M. STECHER 2406 W. 16th St. Wilmington 6, Del. JAMES M. STEINHOFF 27 Chaucer Dr. Newark, Del. DAVID F. STEVENS 701 Woodsedge Rd. Newport, Del. Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 2, 3; Intramurals; Track 1, 2. MARY ELLEN STEWART 2800 Grubb Rd. Wilmington 3, E el. ACS 2, Vice President 3, President 4; BLUE HEN 3. CLIFFORD A. STIERLE 2964 Prospect Rd. Wilmington 5, Del. PAUL J. STOFA 30 Bedford Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. RIXEY KENT STONEMAN 702 Crysler Ave. Newark, Del. JOHN ANTHONY SUPANCIC, JR. 304 Bryant Ave. Floral Park, Long Island, N. Y. AIChE 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3. SYLVESTER SURAVITCH 612 E. 19th St. Chester, Penna. SHELIA MARIE SWEENEY 34 B Court Dr. Wilmington, Del. RONALD KEITH TAIT 1238 Kynlyn Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. ELLEN COMBS TANTUM RobbinsviUe, N. J. Mortar Board 4; REVIEW 1, 2, 3, Editor 4; Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Playbill 1; Senior Weekend Committee 4; U. of D. Representative to National Security Conference 3; ROTC Sponsor 3; House Council 1, 2, 3. GEORGE TASOULIS 21 Center St. Newark, Del. ANN LOUISE TATE 531 E. 12 St. Wilmington 1, Del. ANNE TATNALL 1369 N. Ave. Co Swain Elizabeth, N. J. Athenaean Society 1, 2, 3, President 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, Manager and Assistant Conductor 3, 4, 5; Madrigal Group Conductor 3, 4, 5; Junior Counselor: Carousel 4. ROBERT OWEN TAYLOR 2207 Graham Dr. Wilmington 8, Del. SARA JANE THOMAS 34 Lawson Ave. Claymont, Del. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 3, 4; WEC 3; Head of House 3, Treasurer 4; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day; S. C. Cultural Com- mittee; RIL; Wesley; Inter-Varsity. VICTORIA LEIGH D. THOMPSON 24 W. Delaware Ave. Newark, DeL REVIEW 1; WAA 1; Playbill 2; S. C. Recreation Committee 2; S. C. Operating Board 3, 4; Dorm Treas- urer 3- RICHARD DREW TIMMINS 306 Ashley Rd. Newark, Del. EILEEN KATHRYN TODD 932 E. 15th St. Chester, Penna. 307 DANIEL JAMES TRIPODI 502 Floyd St. Englewood Cliffs, N. J. SOTIRIOS S. TSEMETZIS 158 Academy St. Newark, Del. LENORE TIMMONS TUNNELL 1353 Riverside Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; BLUE HEN 3; ROTC Sponsor 3. DONALD SCOTT TYNDALL Box 125 Laurel, Del. WILLIAM B. VAUGHN Dixie Del Apts. Lewes, Del. WILLIAM HENRY VAUGHN Box 233 Highland Ave. Clayton, Del. ALICE FAY VEASEY W. Market St. Georgetown, Del. DSNEA 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 4; Junior Counselor; WAA 2, 3. HARRY R. WACKETT, JR. 145 Oakland Ave. West Hempstead, N. Y. HARRIETT ANN WARD 505 S. Walnut St. Milford, Del. Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec Senate 4; Junior Counselor; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Head of House 3; Scholarship Chairman 4; Women ' s Qiorus 2; Dorm Committees 1, 2, 3,4. VERNON H. WALCH 1900 Phila. Pike. Claymont, Del. JOHN ANDREW WALKER 38 Laurel Ave. Newark, Del. JOHN F. WALKER 7 Weir Ave. Wilmington 3, Del. FERDINAND R, WALTERS 97 Green Lane Trenton, N. J. LAWRENCE E. WARREN, JR. EUendale, Del. SAM 3, 4; Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 4; Intramural Sports. NEWTON G. WATTIS 752 Walnut Lane Philadelphia 38, Penna. ASME 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, Co- Captain 4; MRHA Treasurer 4; Dorm Treasurer 2. MARJORIE LYNN WEIL 7931 Park Ave. Elkins Park Philadelphia 17, Penna. Hillel 1, 2, 3; Playbill 1, 2, 4; House Council 1; VENTURE 2; WAA Intramurals 1; May Day 3; Dorm Activities; Intramural Debates 2. PAUL HARRY WELLBORN 704 W. 30th St. Wilmington 2, Del. ANNA WELTSCHEW 415 S. Bancroft Parkway Wilmington 5, Del. ALLEN J. WENTZ R. D. 1 Laurel, Del. GARY RICHARD WEST Box 178 Milford, Del. WILUAM PAUL G. WETTER Box 172 Seaford, Del. JAMES WILLIAM WHITE 2514 Philadelphia Pike Claymont, Del. AIChE 2, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4; Alpha Chi Sigma 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Track 2; Young Republi- cans Club 1. JOHN RONALD WHITE 73 Mt. Zion Rd. York, Penna. AIEE 3, 4. MERRITT BURKE WHITE 95 Post Crossing Southampton, N. Y. Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN WIDDOES 1019 Crestover Rd. Wilmington 3, Del. REVIEW 1; Dorm Honor Court 1; Home Ec Club 1; Playbill 1; SGA Social Committee 2, Recording Secre- tary 3, Executive Committee 3, Elec- tions Committee, Standards Committee Chairman 4; Senior Class Publicity Committee; Senior Weekend Com- mittee; BLUE HEN 2; WEC 2. CHESTER E. WILCOX, 222 W. 36th St. Wilmington, Del. JR. DIANA HELEN WILLIAMS 205 W. Virginia Ave. West Chester, Penna. H. DRAKE WILLIAMS, JR. 28 Wakefield Rd. Norristown, Penna. ACS 4; Baseball Manager 2. Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Sports Editor of BLUE HEN 3, 4; Dorm Vice President 4; Class Treasurer 4; Accounting Club 4. RALPH O. WILLIAMS 408 N. College Ave. Newark, Del. Omicron Delta Kappa Delegate to Regional Conference 3, President 4; Class President 4; SGA Commuter Representative 3, 4; Accounting Club 3, Vice President 4; Tennis 1; Young Republicans Club Corresponding Sec- retary 1, Vice President 2, President 3; Junior Counselor; Intramural Basketball 3; Student Center Board of Governors 4; Student Personnel Problems Committee 3- 308 JAMES WAYNE WILLIAMS 18 Maplewood Ave. Pennsville, N. J. WALTER RANDALL WILLIAMSON 345 Delaware Circle Newark, Del. AIChE 3, 4; Team 1. REVIEW 1; Tennis GREGORY C. WILSON 22 Boulder Brook Dr. Wilmington 3, Del. CHARLES CURTIS WOLFE R. D. 2 Box 229 Milford, Del. Tau Beta Pi 3, Secretary 4; AIChE 3, 4; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Engineering Council 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2. MICHAEL P. WOLYNETZ 300 Minquadale Blvd. New Castle, Del. Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; ASME 3, 4; Dela- ware Rifles 1, 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4. MARY GWEN WUNDERLE 1325 Wheatsheaf Lane Abington, Penna. Playbill 1, 2, Assistant Director 3; House Council 1, 2, 3; WAA 1, 2; Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Weekend 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Center Cultural, Committee 2, 3; Sophomore Court. HERBERT E. WYLEN 127 Courtney St. Newark, Del. Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4. JOAN MARIE WILSON 1219 Washington Place Wilmington 3, Del. LUCILLE I. WILSON 124 Meriden Dr. Hockessin, Del. OSWALD WILSON, JR. Friendship, Maryland JAMES CLAYTON WINDSOR Apt. 4 Raub Hall Newark, Del. SAM 4; Alpha Tau Omega 2, 3, 4; Ag Club 2, 3, Vice President 4. JUDITH ANNE WIVEL 110 Prospect Ave. Wilmington 8, Del. Women Commuters ' Club 1, 2; Junior Counselor 3; Dorm Activities 4. PATTI V. WOODRUFF 123 Woodland Dr. Fair Haven, N. J. WCSC 2; Playbill 1, 2; Chairman House Committee 4; BLUE HEN 2; Dorm Activities 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL JUNE WOODWARD 1412 N. Harrison St. Wilmington 6, Del. HAROLD I. WOODWARD, JR. 32 Malvina Lane Newark, Del. Westminster Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1; Weekend Activities Com- mittee 1; Collegiate Council for UN 2, 3; Carousel 4; Christian Associa- tion 3; Philosophy Club 4; Cosmopoli- tan Qub 3. WESLEY R. YARNALL 2216 W. 9th St. Wilmington 5, Del. HELEN LYONS YATES Lancaster Pike Hockessin, Del. DSNEA 3, 4; WAA 1, 2; Playbill 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Activities; Psy- chology Club 3; May Day 1, 3, 4. JOSEPH E. YOUNG 104 W. 6th St. New Castle, Del DONALD WAYNE ZIPSE 423 Bancroft Parkway Wilmington 5, Del. 309 ADVER 310 TISEMENT, 311 Good Shoes Deserve Good Repairs ABBOTT ' S SHOE REPAIR New Heels in Only (3) Minutes THE CARD CENTER Cards for All Occasions 55 East Main Street NEWARK, DELAWARE Compliments of THE ENGLISH GRILLE 913 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware You ' ll Always Enjoy Shopping at PEGGY CRONIN FASHIONS 54 E. Main St., Newark, Del. 133 North St., Ellcton, Md. Compliments of JACKSON ' S HARDWARE 90 E. Main Street NEWARK. DELAWARE WILMINGTON DELAWARE Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 196! SPEAKMAN COMPANY Wholesale Distributors of Plumbing, Heating and Industrial Supplies DOVER DELAWARE SALISBURY MARYLAND 312 BUTLER ' S. INC. Stationery Supplies 415 Market Street G. F. Office Furniture Dept. 2010 Pennsylvania Ave. Wilnnington, Delaware PHONE: OL 8-7545 DANIEL S. ELSEN 518 North American Building Wilmington, Delaware • TROPHIES — AWARDS COMPLETE JEWELRY LINE GAVELS AND BLOCKS CLASS RINGS — PINS • Telephone: OL 4-7188 MILLARD F. DAVIS Eight Thirty One Market Street WILMINGTON DELAWARE JEWELER SILVERSMITH AN INVITATION to Visit Your Campus Bookstore Offering A Large Selection of Scholarly Paperbacks All Required Textbooks and Supplies Engineering Supplies Prints and Frames Studio Cards Lending Library BROWSERS WELCOME!!! HOURS: 8:30 — 7:00 P.M. Monday Thru Friday 9:00 A.M. — 1 :00 P.M. 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Main St. Newark, Del. vicKrs for the Best Subs and Steaks next to the DELAWARE BOOK EXCHANGE 22-24 Academy Street 318 Mr. Gentry takes pictures for the BLUE HEN. He Is pictured here on an assignment for the University. Pictured on his left is Mrs. Gentry. On his right Is Mrs. Lorraine Pearce, appointed by Mrs. Kennedy as curator of the White House. Mrs. Pearce received her Masters Degree from the University in 1958. Our Congratulafions and Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1961 MERIN STUDIOS OF PHOTOGRAPHY Official Photographers to the 1961 BLUE HEN All poHraifs appearing in fhe publication have been placed on file in our studio and can be duplicated at any time. Write or Phone Us for Information WAInut 3-1046 3-1047 1010 Chestnut Street PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 319 EDITOR ' S NOTE As I prepare to clear off my ever untidy desk for the last time and wistfully sit down at my aging typewriter, I feel that I. must make a parting note of the trials and tribulations of producing the 1961 BLUE HEN. There were times when I wondered if we would ever make it through the year. Things would be going fine until the strobe was found to be missing, an appoint- ment was broken, or the editor opened a box which said, " Caution! Do not open! Exposed film! " Although we had our share of ups and downs, it has been a challenging and rewarding year in the office on the second floor of the Student Center. It has been a time of lasting friendships, of cooperation among staff members who are all will- ing to go that " extra mile. " I want to personally thank those members who have done more than their share of the work: Marvin Sloin who kept the business end running smoothly and who did much of the special effects photography; Jeanne Carback, our literary editor, whose creative imagination and contagious sense of humor helped to make our Monday night sessions so much fun; Drake Williams, sports editor, who never got discouraged when it seemed that all hope of ever getting our sports pictures was lost; Carol Jones and Laurie Meakin, our typing editors, who willingly typed last minute copy rushed unexpectedly to them; Carol Mastrosati, senior editor, whose work was not always easy when forgetful seniors sent pictures after the deadline; Jane Ann Davis, art editor, whose creative genius sparked so many original ideas; Joe Marvel, fraternity editor, who worked tirelessly getting pictures, write-ups, and pins to be photographed; and especially Betsy Struyk who never ceased to create original lay-outs and who will be taking over the helm next year. This page would not be complete without my saying something about our ad- visor, Dr. Baily. His confident words always boosted the morale of a " fretting editor. " Now the last page closes. All of the three hundred and twenty pages are behind us. Have we captured the spirit of the University of Delaware and the events of the year? That is for you to decide. We are happy with what we have done and are glad we have been able to do it. There is one thing yet to do. I want to look ahead and say, " Good Luck " to next year ' s staff. May they enjoy working .on the 1962 book as much as I have enjoyed working on this, the 1961 BLUE HEN. TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 320 It t : ' ? •J - V ' % 4 " " S - ' I t l M r.-- ■fMii.

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